Meaning of OVERAGE in English

I. overage |ōvə(r)|āj adjective

Etymology: over (II) + age, n.

1. : too old or regarded as too old to be serviceable or useful

overage warships

an overage stand of timber

2. : older than is normal for one's position, function, or grade

overage students

II. over·age ˈōvərij noun

Etymology: over (III) + -age

1. : surplus , excess ; specifically : the amount of a product above that recorded as having been shipped or placed in storage

2. : an excess over a required amount

an overage was disclosed

— opposed to shortage

3. : the quantity of a pharmaceutical included in a container in excess of the labeled amount (as in an ampul containing a liquid medication intended for injection)

Webster's New International English Dictionary.      Новый международный словарь английского языка Webster.