overplus

  • 1 Overplus — O ver*plus, n. [Over + L. plus more. See {Plus}, and cf. {Surplus}.] That which remains after a supply, or beyond a quantity proposed; surplus. Shak. [1913 Webster] The overplus of a great fortune. Addison. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 overplus — over·plus / ō vər ˌpləs/ n: surplus Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. overplus …

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  • 3 overplus — *excess, superfluity, surplus, surplusage …

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  • 4 overplus — [ō′vər plus΄] n. [ME overe plus, partial transl. of OFr surplus,SURPLUS] 1. an amount left over; surplus ☆ 2. too great an amount; excess …

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  • 5 overplus — /oh veuhr plus /, n. an excess over a particular amount; surplus: After the harvest the overplus was distributed among the tenantry. [1350 1400; ME; partial trans. of OF surplus SURPLUS] * * * …

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  • 6 overplus — noun Etymology: Middle English, part translation of Middle French surplus Date: 14th century surplus …

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  • 7 overplus — Synonyms and related words: balance, bonus, dividend, excess, extra, gratuity, lagniappe, leftover, margin, overabundance, overage, overflow, overkill, overmeasure, overmuch, overrun, overset, overstock, oversupply, plethora, plus, pourboire,… …

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  • 8 overplus — n. surplus; excess …

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  • 9 overplus — noun dated a surplus. Origin ME: partial translation of Fr. surplus or med. L. superplus …

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  • 10 overplus — n. Excess, surplus, surplusage, residue …

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  • 11 overplus — n excess, nimiety, superfluity, redundancy, supererogation; surplus, surplusage, superflux, overflow, overload; overabundance, superabundance, profusion, plethora, oversupply; repletion, surfeit, glut, oversufficiency, more than enough, enough… …

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  • 12 overplus — over·plus …

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  • 13 overplus — o•ver•plus [[t]ˈoʊ vərˌplʌs[/t]] n. surplus • Etymology: 1350–1400 …

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  • 14 overplus — /ˈoʊvəplʌs/ (say ohvuhplus) noun Chiefly US an excess over a particular amount, or a surplus …

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  • 15 overplus — What is left beyond a certain amount; the residue; the surplus; the remainder of a thing …

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  • 16 overplus — That which remains; a balance left over. An excess of acreage in a survey of public land. 12 Am J2d Bound § 62 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 17 overplus — n. a surplus, a superabundance. Etymology: ME, partial transl. of AF surplus or med.L su(pe)rplus …

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  • 18 ПРИБЫЛЬ — OVERPLUSФактически то же, что и избыток или остаток после вычета всех расходов …

    Энциклопедия банковского дела и финансов

  • 19 Richard Norwood — (1590? – 1675) was an English mathematician, diver, and surveyor, connected with Isaac Newton. He has also been called Bermuda’s outstanding genius of the seventeenth century . [ [http://homepages.rootsweb.com/ norwood/id52.htm Bermuda, Today and …

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  • 20 excess — n Excess, superfluity, surplus, surplusage, overplus denote something which goes beyond a limit or bound. Excess applies to whatever exceeds a limit, measure, bound, or accustomed degree {in measure rein thy joy; scant this excess Shak.} {the… …

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