oversend

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English oversenden(to send over, transmit), from Old English ofersendan(to transmit), corresponding to over- +‎ send, from Proto-Germanic *uber(over) + *sandijaną(to send). Cognate with Middle Dutch oversenden(to send over).

Verb[edit]

oversend (third-person singular simple present oversends, present participle oversending, simple past and past participle oversent)

  1. to send over, transmit
  2. to send a amount greater than what is required, oversupply
  3. (email) to send an email to everyone on a distribution list

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