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Definition of "oversubscribing" [oversubscribing]

  • Present participle of oversubscribe. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "oversubscribing" in a sentence
  • "More recently, the mailing list that zin freaks have been oversubscribing is that of Carlisle, which launched its first commercial vintage in 1998, although founder Mike Officer had been making wine in his garage for many years before he launched a winery under his wife's maiden name Officer sounded a bit forbidding."
  • ""By significantly oversubscribing to the combined offerings, investors are showing great confidence in our longer term business strategy," said KeyCorp Chief Executive Henry Meyer."
  • "Sanjay, is there a problem here in oversubscribing at this point?"
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