verb-transitive: To contract to sell more of (a stock or commodity) than can be delivered.
verb-transitive: To be too eager or insistent in attempting to sell something to.
verb-transitive: To present with excessive or unwarranted enthusiasm; overpraise.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
HARVEY LEVIN, MANAGING EDITOR, TMZ. COM: So many times when I get wind of a video, or somebody here gets wind of one, a lot of times they - people kind of oversell, and it ` s not as much as what it ` s cracked it up to be.
LEVIN: Yes, I mean, I have to tell you, Brooke: so many times when I get wind of a video, or somebody here gets wind of one, a lot of times they - people kind of oversell, and it ` s not as much as what it ` s cracked it up to be.
I'd like the think that scientists who are well-trained and open-minded will be convinced by the data, so long as I don't, as one person put it, "oversell" the model.
The backpedaling makes me think that the Administration must have also lost confidence in finding WMD's and that the whole thing was a cynical oversell which is now being revised like a movie after a test audience.
- Unlike so many other genre conventions, Creation Entertainment has a strict company policy not to "oversell" our conventions.
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