overproduction


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o·ver·pro·duce

 (ō′vər-prə-do͞os′, -dyo͞os′)
tr. & intr.v. o·ver·pro·duced, o·ver·pro·duc·ing, o·ver·pro·duc·es
To produce in a quantity in excess of what is sufficient to meet the need or demand.

o′ver·pro·duc′er n.
o′ver·pro·duc′tion (-dŭk′shən) n.
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overproduction

(ˌəʊvəprəˈdʌkʃən)
n
the production of more of a product or commodity than is required
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o•ver•pro•duc•tion

(ˌoʊ vər prəˈdʌk ʃən)
n.
production in excess of need.
[1820–25]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.overproduction - too much production or more than expected
production - (economics) manufacturing or mining or growing something (usually in large quantities) for sale; "he introduced more efficient methods of production"
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overproduction

[ˌəʊvəprəˈdʌkʃən] Nsuperproducción f, exceso m de producción
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overproduction

[ˌəʊvərprəˈdʌkʃən] nsurproduction f
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overproduction

[ˌəʊvəprəˈdʌkʃn] nsovrapproduzione f
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overproduction

n. superproducción.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

overproduction

n sobreproducción f
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References in classic literature ?
* Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States a few years prior to this time, made the following public declaration: "A more liberal and extensive reciprocity in the purchase and sale of commodities is necessary, so that the overproduction of the United States can be satisfactorily disposed of to foreign countries." Of course, this overproduction he mentions was the profits of the capitalist system over and beyond the consuming power of the capitalists.
It proved, incontrovertibly, the disastrous effects of machinery and division of labour; the concentration of capital and land in a few hands; overproduction and crises; it pointed out the inevitable ruin of the petty bourgeois and peasant, the misery of the proletariat, the anarchy in production, the crying inequalities in the distribution of wealth, the industrial war of extermination between nations, the dissolution of old moral bonds, of the old family relations, of the old nationalities.
For we now live in a world in which the huge subsidies offered to farmers in the rich nations regularly lead to an overproduction of most staple foods.
Neulasta, a long-acting G-CSF and the current standard of care for CIN, is believed to activate the bone marrow, resulting in an overproduction of neutrophils, many of which are immature.
Raviten, an injectable solution of S-ethylisothiouronium diethylphosphate, has been shown in preclinical and exploratory clinical trials to inhibit inducible nitric oxide synthase (NOS), endothelial NOS, and neuronal NOS, thereby controlling overproduction of nitric oxide; and to normalize low blood pressure in patients suffering from intradialytic hypotension, as well as other low blood pressure conditions.
Examining cell lines from patients, this new study made it clear that abnormalities of the ion channels EnaC and CFTR reduce the body's ability to deliver zinc ions to lung epithelial cells, which is linked to overproduction of mucous genes.
This overproduction is due to Merlin deficiency and strongly contributes to tumour growth and patient prognosis.
The intervention of federal and provincial governments in the wheat market has resulted in overproduction of wheat on the cost of other crops while masses are forced to consume the most expansive wheat flour in the world which is unjustified, it said.
Neovacs targets pathologies associated with an overproduction of endogenous cytokines.
Overproduction and large volumes of unsold crude and ample refined products around the world are weighing on markets.
The state is called to find an efficient solution to problems related to dairy overproduction and lack of milk collection, cooling and storage units, he added after a sector assessment meeting held on Monday in Jendouba, recommending establishing a new strategy for the dairy and livestock sector.
Acne is caused by an overproduction of oil, which blocks microscopic hair follicles and provides the ideal breeding ground for the bacteria that cause spots.