noun over·plus \ˈō-vər-ˌpləs\

Definition of OVERPLUS

:  surplus

Examples of OVERPLUS

  1. <the store was stuck with an overplus of tie-ins for a movie that fizzled at the box office>

Origin of OVERPLUS

Middle English, part translation of Middle French surplus
First Known Use: 14th century


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