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o·ver·sub·scribe

 (ō′vər-səb-skrīb′)
tr.v. o·ver·sub·scribed, o·ver·sub·scrib·ing, o·ver·sub·scribes
To subscribe for (something) in excess of available supply: The opera season was oversubscribed.

o′ver·sub·scrip′tion (-skrĭp′shən) n.
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oversubscribed

(ˌəʊvəsəbˈskraɪbd)
adj
1. (Commerce) having more prospective buyers, clients, etc than can be supplied
2. (Stock Exchange) stock exchange (of a share issue) having more investors wishing to buy than can be supplied
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.oversubscribed - sold in excess of available supply especially season tickets; "the opera season was oversubscribed"
sold - disposed of to a purchaser; "this merchandise is sold"
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Translations

oversubscribed

[ˌəʊvəsəbˈskraɪbd] ADJ the course is heavily oversubscribedexiste un exceso enorme de solicitudes para el curso
the issue was oversubscribedse pidieron más acciones de las que había
the issue was oversubscribed four timesla solicitud de acciones rebasó cuatro veces la cantidad de títulos ofrecidos
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oversubscribed

[ˌəʊvərsəbˈskraɪbd] adj
[event, service] → trop couru(e)
The popular schools tend to be heavily oversubscribed → Les écoles en vogue tendent à être beaucoup trop courues.
[shares] → sursouscrit(e)
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