overpay

Overpay - What does it mean?

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Overpay vs Under - What's the difference?

overpay | under |


As a verb overpay

is to pay too much.

As a preposition under is

under.

Overpay vs Overply - What's the difference?

overpay | overply |


As verbs the difference between overpay and overply

is that overpay is to pay too much while overply is to ply to excess; to exert with too much vigour; to overwork.

Overpay vs Oversay - What's the difference?

overpay | oversay |


As verbs the difference between overpay and oversay

is that overpay is to pay too much while oversay is to say over again; to repeat.

Overpay vs Overplay - What's the difference?

overpay | overplay |


As verbs the difference between overpay and overplay

is that overpay is to pay too much while overplay is and to overdo or overact one's effect or role.

Overlay vs Overpay - What's the difference?

overlay | overpay |


As verbs the difference between overlay and overpay

is that overlay is to lay, or spread, something over or across; to cover while overpay is to pay too much.

As a noun overlay

is (printing) a piece of paper pasted upon the tympan sheet to improve the impression by making it stronger at a particular place.

Taxonomy vs Overpay - What's the difference?

taxonomy | overpay |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb overpay is

to pay too much.

Overpay vs Overpayment - What's the difference?

overpay | overpayment | Related terms |

Overpay is a related term of overpayment.


As a verb overpay

is to pay too much.

As a noun overpayment is

payment exceeding the amount actually due.

What is the difference between underpay and overpay?

underpay | overpay | Antonyms |

Overpay is an antonym of underpay.

Underpay is an antonym of overpay.


As verbs the difference between underpay and overpay

is that underpay is to pay someone less than the value of their work while overpay is to pay too much.

What is the difference between pay and overpay?

pay | overpay |


As verbs the difference between pay and overpay

is that pay is to give money or other compensation to in exchange for goods or services or pay can be (nautical|transitive) to cover (the bottom of a vessel, a seam, a spar, etc) with tar or pitch, or a waterproof composition of tallow, resin, etc; to smear while overpay is to pay too much.

As a noun pay

is money given in return for work; salary or wages.