One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object (In pass.). "to be superexpended": (of a person or fund) to be overspent, to be in arrears (sometimes with noun complement or adverbial phrase expressing the amount).
Late 15th century. From post-classical Latin superexpendere to spend in addition, to overspend from classical Latin super- + expendere.
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