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See definition of overproduction on Dictionary.com
  • as indepression
  • as inoverflow

synonyms for overproduction

  • bankruptcy
  • bust
  • crash
  • crisis
  • deflation
  • dislocation
  • downturn
  • drop
  • failure
  • inactivity
  • inflation
  • panic
  • paralysis
  • recession
  • retrenchment
  • sag
  • slide
  • slowness
  • slump
  • stagflation
  • stagnation
  • unemployment
  • bad times
  • bear market
  • big trouble
  • hard times
  • rainy days
On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to overproduction, such as: bankruptcy, bust, crash, crisis, deflation, and dislocation.

antonyms for overproduction

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  • calm
  • increase
  • rise
  • success
  • bulge
  • cheerfulness
  • convexity
  • encouragement
  • happiness
  • hope
  • hopefulness
  • protuberance
  • recovery
  • surge
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How to use overproduction in a sentence

Indeed, overproduction led to years of losses for the industry in the last decade.
EVERYTHING YOU'RE HEARING ABOUT GAS PRICES IS WRONGJUSTIN WORLANDJULY 7, 2022TIME
After reaching its all-time peak in January of 2021, Peloton’s stock began a steep decline as an end to pandemic lockdowns led to less interest in the fitness company’s offerings, and the overproduction created a surplus of exercise equipment.
THIS IS THE METAVERSE COMPANY THAT COULD SAVE PELOTONADARIO STRANGEFEBRUARY 4, 2022QUARTZ
Bumper crops and overproduction drove coffee down to six cents per pound in 1901.
COFFEE WITH A COLLEGE EDUCATIONCHRISTINA COUCHOCTOBER 27, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Steelmakers worldwide have long had to grapple with fierce competition from rivals in China, whose overproduction puts pressure on everyone else.
✦ A STEELY PIVOTMARY HUISEPTEMBER 23, 2021QUARTZ
We don’t exactly know when the sun will shine or for how long the wind will blow, making it hard to regulate the production of energy from these sources and leading to both overproduction on some occasions and a deficit on others.
CAN DIRTY CRYPTO TURN CLEAN AND GREEN?CHARU KASTURIMAY 5, 2021OZY
This "iron ring" of overproduction and lack of market exercises upon our industrial body a steady pressure, a slow strangling.
THE BOOK OF LIFE: VOL. I MIND AND BODY; VOL. II LOVE AND SOCIETYUPTON SINCLAIR
There soon developed, on the contrary, groundless doubts about future demand, and hints of unhealthy fears of 'overproduction.'
HARPER'S PICTORIAL LIBRARY OF THE WORLD WAR, VOLUME XIIVARIOUS
Further expansion in the last fifteen years has been closely regulated to prevent overproduction.
ALL ABOUT COFFEEWILLIAM H. UKERS
The principle of valorization is generally conceded to be economically unsound, because it encourages overproduction.
ALL ABOUT COFFEEWILLIAM H. UKERS
The superintendent and the "boss" walked through the department every day, and we heard them talk about overproduction.
THE LONG DAYDOROTHY RICHARDSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO OVERPRODUCTION

  • bad times
  • bankruptcy
  • bear market
  • big trouble
  • bust
  • crash
  • crisis
  • deflation
  • dislocation
  • downturn
  • drop
  • failure
  • hard times
  • inactivity
  • inflation
  • overproduction
  • panic
  • paralysis
  • rainy days
  • recession
  • retrenchment
  • sag
  • slide
  • slowness
  • slump
  • stagflation
  • stagnation
  • unemployment
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.