Origin of overproduction
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Related Wordsoverabundance, torrent, deluge, surplus, plethora, encroachment, surfeit, redundancy, propulsion, exuberance, enforcement, infringement, spate, cataclysm, excess, discharge, advance, spill, overmuch, pour
Examples from the Web for overproduction
It was quite obvious that the fall in prices was due to overproduction.Tobacco in Colonial Virginia
In this view it is plainly to be seen that we are not, and cannot be, in any danger from overproduction.Industrial Cuba
Robert P. Porter
They were taught that the mischief was the result of overproduction.Money
John P. Jones
Commercial crises and industrial crises are due to overproduction.
I have already answered the objection to Socialism on the ground of overproduction.
- the production of more of a product or commodity than is required
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Word Origin and History for overproduction
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