There are 2 definitions of overage in English:

overage1

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Pronunciation: /ˈəʊv(ə)rɪdʒ
 
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noun

An excess or surplus, especially the amount by which a sum of money is greater than a previous estimate: the company will make its money from overages when the film does well enough
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  • In this concept, energy not used by the household would be fed back into a main grid, resulting in a credit to the user's account, while overages would similarly receive extra energy from that grid and be charged accordingly.
  • Also, overages must be built into supply estimates because there is always a need for a large reserve of items that wear out quickly, such as boots, jackets, and gloves.
  • It's always a good idea to speak with your auto insurance carrier to see if you already have these overages.

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There are 2 definitions of overage in English:

overage2

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Pronunciation: /əʊvərˈeɪʤ
 
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(also overaged)

adjective

Over a certain age limit: they were banned after fielding overage players
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  • Registration for underage players is €16 and registration for overage players is €26.
  • Only three of our 18 players will be overage next year so there is great hope for the future of the game in this area.
  • He was also instrumental in introducing the identity card system, which to a great extent prevented schools from fielding overage players.

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