Surplus

Surplus is American military slang for dispose of as surplus to requirements.
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Surplus

Surplus is American military slang for dispose of as surplus to requirements.
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Surplus

In the balance of payments, or in any category of international transactions within it, the surplus is the sum of credits minus the sum of debits. Also called simply the 'balance' for that category. Thus the balance of trade is the same as the surplus on trade, or the trade surplus, and similarly for merchandise trade, current account, and capital ...
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Surplus

The amount that remains when an insurer subtracts its liabilities and capital from its assets.
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Surplus

Sur'plus noun [ French, from sur over + plus more. See Sur- , and Plus , and confer Superplus .] 1. That which remains when use or need is satisfied, or when a limit is reached; excess; overplus. 2. Specifically, an amount in the public treasury at ...
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Surplus

Sur'plus adjective Being or constituting a surplus; more than sufficient; as, surplus revenues; surplus population; surplus words. « When the price of corn falleth, men give over surplus tillage, and break no more ground.» Carew.
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surplus

surplusage noun a quantity much larger than is needed
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Surplus

• (n.) That which remains when use or need is satisfied, or when a limit is reached; excess; overplus. • (n.) Specifically, an amount in the public treasury at any time greater than is required for the ordinary purposes of the government. • (a.) Being or constituting a surplus; more than sufficient; as, surplus revenues; surplus popu...
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surplus

(from the article `economic systems`) The creation of these monuments illustrates an important general characteristic of all systems of command. Such systems, unlike those based on ...
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surplus

surplus 1. A quantity much larger than is needed. 2. Being more than, or in excess of, what is needed or required.
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Surplus

In the balance of payments, or in any category of international transactions within it, the surplus is the sum of credits minus the sum of debits. Also called simply the 'balance' for that category. Thus the balance of trade is the same as the surplus on trade, or the trade surplus, and similarly for merchandise trade, current account, and capital....
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Surplus

In a fisheries sense, the number of fish in excess of those needed to maintain a population at some level.
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Surplus

The amount by which available supplies are greater than the quantity that will bring producers an ad
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Surplus

The amount that remains when an insurer subtracts its liabilities and capital from its assets.
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