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  1. overcommit

    • IPA[ˌōvərkəˈmit]

    美式

    • v.
      oblige (oneself or others) to do more than one is capable of, as to repay a loan one cannot afford;allocate more (resources) to a purpose than can be provided
    • verb: overcommit, 3rd person present: overcommits, gerund or present participle: overcommitting, past tense: overcommitted, past participle: overcommitted

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. oblige (oneself or others) to do more than one is capable of, as to repay a loan one cannot afford multiple borrowers who may be overcommitting themselves
    • allocate more (resources) to a purpose than can be provided they could easily overcommit their budgets
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    • IPA[əʊvəkəˈmɪt]

    英式

    • v.
      oblige (someone) to do more than they are capable of, especially to repay a loan they cannot ... multiple borrowers who may be overcommitting themselves

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