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Definition of "oversupplying" [oversupplying]

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

Use "oversupplying" in a sentence
  • "Often this is in spite of market forces rather than because of them, since markets and higher educational institutions tend to lag behind employers' skill demands before oversupplying them."
  • "U.S. steelmakers are ringing up strong profits as companies consolidate, wring out inefficient manufacturing processes and try to refrain from oversupplying the market."
  • "Meanwhile, the low sales volume for X-Types isn't a strategy for maintaining exclusivity; Jag is oversupplying the market with the car."
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