Examples of overspend in a Sentence
The studio clearly overspent on marketing, and the movie was still a flop.
Recent Examples of overspend from the Web
She was charged last month with fraud and breach of trust for allegedly overspending roughly $100,000 on private meals at the prime minister’s official residence, even when there was a full-time chef on staff.
Murphy, which operates four elementary schools with about 1,450 students in west Phoenix, will have overspent its 2017-18 budget by between $400,000 to $500,000.
Weinstein could overspend on acquisitions because Disney, Dimension, and the occasional hit allowed him to — up to a point.
There is a risk, of course, that cities and states overspend in offering incentives to woo companies.
The ouster came after the sons, Mark and David Wellstone, raised concerns about overspending in areas of the organization’s budget — and after a dispute over the direction and priorities of the group.
Experts leagues owners have a tendency to overspend in the early going, so one thing that helps me is tracking the in-draft inflation to find places where bargains typically occur.
More than a third of Americans acknowledge overspending to get more rewards, the NerdWallet study showed.
But neither is getting into an economic crisis because the United States government has overspent so much for so long.
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OVERSPEND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of overspend for English Language Learners
: to spend more than the planned or proper amount of money
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