Definitions for overpayˌoʊ vərˈpeɪ

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. overpay(verb)

    pay too much

GCIDE

  1. Overpay(v. t.)

    To pay too much for; as, to overpay the loan balance.

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  1. overpay(Verb)

    To pay too much.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Al Baker:

    If the price is correct. I will not overpay.

  2. Gueric Dechavanne:

    People are not willing to overpay for a plane; there's a lot more caution out there.

  3. Chief Executive Victor Dodig:

    Valuations have gotten stretched in the U.S. market, we don’t want to overpay on that front.

  4. Gueric Dechavanne:

    There’s plenty of competition for A320neos, but it’s not as keen as it once was, people are not willing to overpay for a plane; there's a lot more caution out there.

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