[oh-ver-spend] /ˌoʊ vərˈspɛnd/
verb (used without object), overspent, overspending.
to more than one can afford:
Receiving a small inheritance, she began to overspend alarmingly.
verb (used with object), overspent, overspending.
to in excess of:
He was overspending his yearly salary by several thousand dollars.
to beyond one’s means (used reflexively):
When the bills arrived, he realized he had foolishly overspent himself.
to wear out; exhaust.
verb (ˌəʊvəˈspɛnd) -spends, -spending, -spent
to spend in excess of (one’s desires or what one can afford or is allocated)
(transitive; usually passive) to wear out; exhaust
the amount by which someone or something is overspent
1610s, “to wear out,” from over- + spend. Meaning “to spend more than is necessary” is attested from 1857. Related: Overspent; overspending.
[verb oh-ver-spil; noun oh-ver-spil] /verb ˌoʊ vərˈspɪl; noun ˈoʊ vərˌspɪl/ verb (used without object), overspilled or overspilt, overspilling. 1. to over. noun 2. the act of over. 3. something that spills over. 4. British. . noun (ˈəʊvəˌspɪl) 1. verb (ˌəʊvəˈspɪl) -spills, -spilling, -spilt, -spilled 2. (intransitive) to overflow
[oh-ver-spin] /ˈoʊ vərˌspɪn/ noun 1. .
[oh-ver-spred] /ˌoʊ vərˈsprɛd/ verb (used with object), overspread, overspreading. 1. to spread or diffuse over: A blush of embarrassment overspread his face. v. c.1200, “to spread throughout,” from over- + spread (v.). Related: Overspread (past tense); overspreading. Old English had ofersprædan “to overlay, cover.”
/ˌəʊvəˈstɑːf/ verb 1. (transitive) to provide an excessive number of staff for (a factory, hotel, etc)