Definitions for overageˈoʊ vərˈeɪdʒ

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

o•ver•ageˈoʊ vərˈeɪdʒ(adj.)

  1. beyond the acceptable, desired, or usual age.

  2. too old to be serviceable; antiquated.

Origin of overage:

1885–90

o•ver•ageˈoʊ vər ɪdʒ(n.)

  1. an excess supply of merchandise.

    Category: Business

Origin of overage:

1940–45

Princeton's WordNet

  1. overage(adj)

    a surplus or excess of money or merchandise that is actually on hand and that exceeds expectations

  2. overage, overaged, superannuated, over-the-hill(adj)

    too old to be useful

    "He left the house...for the support of twelve superannuated wool carders"- Anthony Trollope

Wiktionary

  1. overage(Noun)

    A surplus of inventory or capacity or of cash that is greater than the amount in the record of an account.

  2. overage(Noun)

    A state of being more than one ought to be.

    You're entitled to bring a bag weighing fifty pounds onto the airplane, and will be charged extra for any overage.

  3. overage(Adjective)

    Having an age that is greater than a stipulated minimum.

  4. overage(Adjective)

    Too old to be of use in a particular situation.

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