overexpand


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overexpand

(ˌəʊvərɪkˈspænd)
vb
to expand excessively

overexpand


Past participle: overexpanded
Gerund: overexpanding

Imperative
overexpand
overexpand
Present
I overexpand
you overexpand
he/she/it overexpands
we overexpand
you overexpand
they overexpand
Preterite
I overexpanded
you overexpanded
he/she/it overexpanded
we overexpanded
you overexpanded
they overexpanded
Present Continuous
I am overexpanding
you are overexpanding
he/she/it is overexpanding
we are overexpanding
you are overexpanding
they are overexpanding
Present Perfect
I have overexpanded
you have overexpanded
he/she/it has overexpanded
we have overexpanded
you have overexpanded
they have overexpanded
Past Continuous
I was overexpanding
you were overexpanding
he/she/it was overexpanding
we were overexpanding
you were overexpanding
they were overexpanding
Past Perfect
I had overexpanded
you had overexpanded
he/she/it had overexpanded
we had overexpanded
you had overexpanded
they had overexpanded
Future
I will overexpand
you will overexpand
he/she/it will overexpand
we will overexpand
you will overexpand
they will overexpand
Future Perfect
I will have overexpanded
you will have overexpanded
he/she/it will have overexpanded
we will have overexpanded
you will have overexpanded
they will have overexpanded
Future Continuous
I will be overexpanding
you will be overexpanding
he/she/it will be overexpanding
we will be overexpanding
you will be overexpanding
they will be overexpanding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overexpanding
you have been overexpanding
he/she/it has been overexpanding
we have been overexpanding
you have been overexpanding
they have been overexpanding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overexpanding
you will have been overexpanding
he/she/it will have been overexpanding
we will have been overexpanding
you will have been overexpanding
they will have been overexpanding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overexpanding
you had been overexpanding
he/she/it had been overexpanding
we had been overexpanding
you had been overexpanding
they had been overexpanding
Conditional
I would overexpand
you would overexpand
he/she/it would overexpand
we would overexpand
you would overexpand
they would overexpand
Past Conditional
I would have overexpanded
you would have overexpanded
he/she/it would have overexpanded
we would have overexpanded
you would have overexpanded
they would have overexpanded
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269, 269-70 (1988) (noting that the compensation requirement "disciplin[es] the power of the state, which would otherwise overexpand unless made to pay for the resources that it consumes").