overcommit[ō′vər kə mit′]
overcommit definition by Webster's New World
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overcommit definition by American Heritage Dictionary
verb o·ver·com·mit·ted, o·ver·com·mit·ting, o·ver·com·mits verb, transitive
- To bind or obligate (oneself, for example) beyond the capacity for realization.
- To allocate or apportion (money, goods, or resources) in amounts incapable of replacement.
To be or become overcommitted.
- oˌver·com·mitˈment noun