overage

[adj] - too old to be useful
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Overage

When an account exceeds its allotted monthly data transfer limit. For example, if your account allows a maximum of 10 GB of data transfer per month but, at the end of the month, your account transferred 11 GB of data, your account is in overage status. In many cases, the account holder must pay a fee to compensate for the extra amount of data trans
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overage

overaged adjective too old to be useful; `He left the house...for the support of twelve superannuated wool carders`- Anthony Trollope
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overage

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

Apples mainly to convertible securities. Difference between how much common stock one party must sell and the other wishes to buy for the same amount of convertible in a swap.
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Overage

Often refers to convertible securities, the difference between the amount of common stock that one party needs to sell and the amount that the other party wishes to buy in exchange for the same amount of convertible in a swap transaction. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Overage

Apples mainly to convertible securities. Difference between how much common stock one party must sel
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Overage

A company's surplus, such as money or goods, which is available but exceeds the amount needed or required
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