To produce in excess of need or demand.(verb-transitive)
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Use "overproduce" in a sentence
"Bruno told Toni not to "overproduce" her dances and to just show off what she already has."
"That's one danger of Vermentino—it's easy to grow and some wineries overproduce, turning out a rather flavorless, characterless white."
"People with the rare, inherited condition, called cryoprin-associated periodic syndrome, or CAPS, have a genetic mutation that causes the body to overproduce a protein called interleukin-1 beta, which leads to inflammation and tissue damage."