overfulfil

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overfulfil

(ˌəʊvəfʊlˈfɪl) or

overfulfill

vb (tr) , -fils, -fills, -filling or -filled
to fulfil to a greater degree than required
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The company overfulfilled the plan for processing rock mass, for the extraction of diamonds in carats, revenue and net profit, "Sergei Ivanov said.
The state encouraged heroism on the part of workers who overfulfilled their plan norms several times over, providing handsome material rewards for their feats.
In difficult or critical moments they don't lose composure, and because its slower he can be overfulfilled in some context situation.
Veimer announced that the practice by which the firms fulfilled or overfulfilled their production targets by means of violating their assortment plans, led to problems in the development of other firms.
Success in meeting the quota in one period did not put the enterprise in a better position to meet the quota in the next period, owing to the ratchet effect of Soviet planning: an enterprise that overfulfilled the plan target in one period could expect to have its target raised for the next period.
In practice, the budget deficit reduction targets set by GEAR have been overfulfilled, with the deficit around 2 percent; and inflation, certainly domestic demand-driven inflation, curbed well below 10 percent (although the target band of 5-6 percent for next year looks increasingly unlikely, due to rising import costs linked to a significant depreciation of the rand).
They reminded dealers that since last June, when Murphy assumed leadership of the drug chain, he had under promised and overfulfilled.
r]) then expectations are overfulfilled (their cup floweth over), and there is a shortage of capital capacity.
Momot, a member of an elite group of workers known as Stakhanovites, who overfulfilled production quotas and were viewed as heroes in the industrialization drive.
First, whereas production plans in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe are typically taut and inelastic, Chinese state enterprises organize production around loose and easily overfulfilled plans.
By 1944, she had overfulfilled the cotton planting and grape harvest by three, sometimes four, times.