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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.

overpay

(ˌəʊvəˈpeɪ)
vb, -pays, -paying or -paid
1. to pay (someone) at too high a rate
2. to pay (someone) more than is due, as by an error

o•ver•pay

(ˌoʊ vərˈpeɪ)

v.t. -paid, -pay•ing.
1. to pay more than (an amount due).
2. to pay (a person) in excess.
[1595–1605]
o`ver•pay′ment (-ˈpeɪ mənt) n.

overpay


Past participle: overpaid
Gerund: overpaying

Imperative
overpay
overpay
Present
I overpay
you overpay
he/she/it overpays
we overpay
you overpay
they overpay
Preterite
I overpaid
you overpaid
he/she/it overpaid
we overpaid
you overpaid
they overpaid
Present Continuous
I am overpaying
you are overpaying
he/she/it is overpaying
we are overpaying
you are overpaying
they are overpaying
Present Perfect
I have overpaid
you have overpaid
he/she/it has overpaid
we have overpaid
you have overpaid
they have overpaid
Past Continuous
I was overpaying
you were overpaying
he/she/it was overpaying
we were overpaying
you were overpaying
they were overpaying
Past Perfect
I had overpaid
you had overpaid
he/she/it had overpaid
we had overpaid
you had overpaid
they had overpaid
Future
I will overpay
you will overpay
he/she/it will overpay
we will overpay
you will overpay
they will overpay
Future Perfect
I will have overpaid
you will have overpaid
he/she/it will have overpaid
we will have overpaid
you will have overpaid
they will have overpaid
Future Continuous
I will be overpaying
you will be overpaying
he/she/it will be overpaying
we will be overpaying
you will be overpaying
they will be overpaying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overpaying
you have been overpaying
he/she/it has been overpaying
we have been overpaying
you have been overpaying
they have been overpaying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overpaying
you will have been overpaying
he/she/it will have been overpaying
we will have been overpaying
you will have been overpaying
they will have been overpaying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overpaying
you had been overpaying
he/she/it had been overpaying
we had been overpaying
you had been overpaying
they had been overpaying
Conditional
I would overpay
you would overpay
he/she/it would overpay
we would overpay
you would overpay
they would overpay
Past Conditional
I would have overpaid
you would have overpaid
he/she/it would have overpaid
we would have overpaid
you would have overpaid
they would have overpaid
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.overpay - pay too much
pay - give money, usually in exchange for goods or services; "I paid four dollars for this sandwich"; "Pay the waitress, please"
underpay - pay too little
Translations
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overpay

[ˌəʊvəˈpeɪ] (overpaid (pt, pp)) [ˌəʊvəˈpeɪd] VT [+ person] → pagar demasiado a

overpay

[ˌəʊvərˈpeɪ] vtsurpayer
to overpay sb by £50 → donner à qn 50 livres de trop
I accidentally overpaid the taxi driver by £5 → Par inadvertance, j'ai donné 5 livres de trop au chauffeur de taxi.

overpay

[ˌəʊvəˈpeɪ] (overpaid (pt, pp)) vtstrapagare
to overpay sb by £50 → pagare 50 sterline in più a qn
References in classic literature ?
Your Majesty will not overpay him if you give him a thousand pieces of silver.
Figures from Santander Mortgages show that about 19 per cent of mortgage holders overpay each month, while 6 per cent overpay once a year.
The study reckons almost half of all motorists overpay at car parking machines when they are caught short of change to avoid fines.
A new study claims that community financial institutions, including credit unions, dramatically overpay for core systems, on average about 24% over "fair market value.
In its latest "news and views" publication, the CML said the continued squeeze on household budgets may affect the ability of homeowners to continue to overpay.
This proposal would have left taxpayers caught in the middle trying to not overpay or underpay their taxes for fear of being hit with a penalty by the FTB.
found that 42% are saving regularly - double the proportion that regularly overpay on their mortgage (21%).
Mr McGoldrick must realise the revenue generated from the proportion of drivers who last year chose to overpay is negligible in comparison to the total - less than one five hundredth of a per cent (0.
The study shows that more than half of motorists overpay to avoid fines when they are caught short of change - but in the process end up paying for 1.
The university will now advise students to keep a record of tax returns to make sure they do not overpay their loans as well.
The vast majority of Northern Rock mortgages are fully flexible, meaning that customers can overpay and then borrow the money back at the same rate or take a payment holiday.
Mother-of-one Lisa Banks, 24, of Lea Road, Wallasey, has been told she owes the Inland Revenue nearly pounds 4,000 after they continued to overpay her for months.