overpaid


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o·ver·pay

 (ō′vər-pā′)
v. o·ver·paid (-pād′), o·ver·pay·ing, o·ver·pays
v.tr.
1. To pay (a party) too much.
2. To pay an amount in excess of (a sum due).
v.intr.
To pay too much.

o′ver·pay′ment n.

overpaid

(ˌəʊvəˈpeɪd)
adj
paid too much (in wages, etc)
Translations
ylipalkattu

overpaid

[ˌəʊvərˈpeɪd] adjsurpayé(e)
grossly overpaid → largement surpayé
References in classic literature ?
He seemed oppressed by a humiliating sense of having been overpaid, and wished apparently to redeem his debt by the offer of grammatical and statistical information in small installments.
"There are some who say, sire," said the burly De Clisson, "that the score is already overpaid, for that without Gascon help Bertrand had not been taken at Auray, nor had King John been overborne at Poictiers."
'Tut!' said the Minor Canon softly, 'I am much overpaid!' and turned away.
'No, no,' says he, 'I am overpaid. What is the gentlewoman?
But then his trousers were always rolled up at the knee, for the convenience of wading on the slightest notice; and his virtue, supposing it to exist, was undeniably "virtue in rags," which, on the authority even of bilious philosophers, who think all well-dressed merit overpaid, is notoriously likely to remain unrecognized (perhaps because it is seen so seldom).
The figures, obtained by Research Professional News, show that while much of the [pounds sterling]308m overpaid has been collected by graduates, almost a tenth ([pounds sterling]28.5m) has not found its way back into their bank accounts.
The figures, obtained by Research Professional News, show that while much of the [pounds sterling]308 million overpaid has been collected by graduates, almost a tenth ([pounds sterling]28.5 million) has not found its way back into their bank accounts.
The figures, obtained by Research Professional News, show that while much of the PS308m overpaid has been collected by graduates, almost a tenth (PS28.5m) has not found its way back into their bank accounts.
"I would encourage people to look at the income tax they have paid over the last four years and if they believe that they have overpaid in those years they should seek a refund from the Revenue by requesting a P21 Balancing Statement."
Between 200 and 300 former workers were affected, the Press Association understands, with some overpaid by as much as PS2,000.
This went on for three years until the mistake was discovered, and amounted to more than PS19,000 being overpaid to Hicks.
Data from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) shows that at the end of September last year some [pounds sterling]19m worth of housing benefit had been overpaid and was still outstanding in the area.