verb-transitive: To provide an excess amount of capital for (a business enterprise).
verb-transitive: To estimate the value of (property) too highly.
verb-transitive: To place an unlawfully or unreasonably high value on the nominal capital of (a corporation).
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
DUBLIN/LONDON-Ireland expects to "overcapitalize" its ailing banks and force them to sell more assets or transfer more loans to the country's "bad bank" as part of an industry overhaul that may see more nationalizations.
"overcapitalize" its banks in return for EU/IMF assistance.
In the excitement of improving your home, its easy to overcapitalize.
BTW, my two years of German in college has made me prone to overcapitalize and that has nothing to do with my political views.
A more usual practice, and more dangerous - because it deceives even the intelligent-is to overcapitalize an honest business, to issue "watered" stock-that is, stock in excess of the actual value of plant, patents, and other assets.
v per aukštai įkainoti (kompanijos ir pan.) kapitalą turėti didesnį kapitalą negu reikia (apie akcinę bendrovę, įmonę)