overorder

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

over- +‎ order

VerbEdit

overorder (third-person singular simple present overorders, present participle overordering, simple past and past participle overordered)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) To order too much or too many.
    Having overordered the unpopular new toys, we were forced to sell them at a discount.

NounEdit

overorder (plural overorders)

  1. An order for too much or too many.
  2. (mathematics) A ring for which a specified subring R contains no nonempty socles and for which any R-module is of finite length.