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Related to overstaff: overstaffed
tr.v. o·ver·staffed, o·ver·staff·ing, o·ver·staffs
To supply with too many employees: Management was careful not to overstaff the agency.
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(Commerce) (tr) to provide an excessive number of staff for (a factory, hotel, etc)
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Past participle: overstaffed
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