overspending


overspending
n. act or instance of spending more than is available or practical (esp. time, energy, or money) ,o·ver'spend || ‚əʊvə(r)'spend v. spend more than is available or practical (i.e of time, energy, or money)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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