verb-transitive: To buy (stock) on margin in excess of one's ability to provide further security if prices drop.
verb-intransitive: To buy goods beyond one's means or needs.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
One important lesson is not to overbuy, in anything.
Of course, we overbuy and end up with way more tomatoes than we can use.
"Our strategy is to overbuy in this 24-month window" before home prices start to rise, said Ken Campbell, Standard Pacific's chief executive.
Instead members of the Saudi royal family must either overpay or overbuy from foreign companies in order for those companies to return a percentage of that money (usually around 10-12%) back to the Saudi royals personal accounts.
How many cell users buy more minutes than they need, and how much do they overbuy?
v (overbought) per daug pirkti, padauginti nupirkti