[noun oh-ver-suh-plahy; verb oh-ver-suh-plahy] /noun ˈoʊ vər səˌplaɪ; verb ˌoʊ vər səˈplaɪ/
noun, plural oversupplies.
an excessive .
verb (used with object), oversupplied, oversupplying.
to supply in excess.
the supply of too much or too many
verb (ˌəʊvəˈsəplaɪ) -plies, -plying, -plied
(transitive) to supply too much (material, etc) or too many (goods, people, etc)
[sweet] /swit/ adjective, sweeter, sweetest. 1. having the taste or flavor characteristic of sugar, honey, etc. 2. producing the one of the four basic taste sensations that is not bitter, sour, or salt. 3. not rancid or stale; fresh: This milk is still sweet. 4. not salt or salted: sweet butter. 5. pleasing to the […]
[oh-ver-swing] /ˌoʊ vərˈswɪŋ/ verb (used without object), overswung, overswinging. Baseball, Golf. 1. to too hard, hoping to apply more power.
[oh-ver-teyk] /ˌoʊ vərˈteɪk/ verb (used with object), overtook, overtaken, overtaking. 1. to catch up with in traveling or pursuit; draw even with: By taking a cab to the next town, we managed to overtake and board the train. 2. to catch up with and pass, as in a race; move by: He overtook the leader […]
[oh-vurt, oh-vurt] /oʊˈvɜrt, ˈoʊ vɜrt/ adjective 1. open to view or knowledge; not concealed or secret: overt hostility. 2. Heraldry. (of a device, as a purse) represented as open: a purse overt. /ˈəʊvɜːt; əʊˈvɜːt/ adjective 1. open to view; observable 2. (law) open; deliberate. Criminal intent may be inferred from an overt act adj. early […]