verb-intransitive: To spend more than is prudent or necessary.
verb-transitive: To spend in excess of: overspend one's income.
verb-transitive: To tire out; exhaust: was overspent with toil.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
The MoD will also have to address a £38bn "overspend" in its budget over the next 10 years.
The defence secretary is facing twin demands from the Treasury: to cut over 10 years a £38bn "overspend" left by Labour and then to introduce cuts of at least 10% in his budget over the next spending period from 2011-14.
The "overspend" on the nGMS contract has occurred in all four countries of the UK.
It will face an effective cut of a further 9.5% as it deals with a £38bn "overspend" over the next 10 years in its procurement budget inherited from Labour.
Extracting "overspend" data from a database of purchase orders, or overfill data from a production system, to find and reduce waste in the organization