Example sentences for: oversupply

How can you use “oversupply” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The director of admissions did at one point say there was a problem of an oversupply of good students from the suburbs of Boston and New York, the doughnut, as he called it, and it was Henry Rosovsky, I recall, who commented that to some of those present that it was not a doughnut but a bagel.

  • Co = cost of oversupply

  • In this case, the cost of oversupply comes to $80 = $200 – $120 because the retailer loses that much on every leftover dress.

  • In part, the oversupply of dentists and the declining demand for fillings forced the profession to change.

  • Lean retailers’ rapid replenishment arrangements radically reduce the risk of undersupply—the retailer can essentially “correct” for those items that it ordered too little of prior to the start of the season—and of oversupply, since the retailer orders smaller initial quantities.


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