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o·ver·sub·scribe (ō′vər-səb-skrīb′) tr.v. o·ver·sub·scribed
To subscribe for (something) in excess of available supply:
The opera season was oversubscribed. o′ver·sub·scrip′tion (-skrĭp′shən) n. oversubscribe ( ˌəʊvəsəbˈskraɪb) vb
tr; often passive) to subscribe or apply for in excess of available supply
ˌoversubˈscription n o•ver•sub•scribe (ˌoʊ vər səbˈskraɪb) v.t. -scribed, -scrib•ing.
to subscribe for more of than is available, expected, or required.
o`ver•sub•scrip′tion (-ˈskrɪp ʃən) n. oversubscribe Past participle: oversubscribed Gerund: oversubscribing Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
Imperative oversubscribe oversubscribe
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In addition to the shares offered in the primary subscription, the Fund will offer a 100% over-allotment to
Rights holders who oversubscribed for less than the amount they are entitled to will receive the number of shares they oversubscribed for, and the balance will be allocated to other
rights holders, resulting in an increase in the percentage for those rights holders.
Rights holders who oversubscribed for less than that amount will receive the number of shares they oversubscribed for, and the balance will be allocated to other
shareholders will receive the lesser of the total number of shares they oversubscribed for or .