o•ver•with•holdPronunciation: (ō"vur-with-hōld', -wi&thslash;-), [key]
—v., -held, -hold•ing.
to withhold too much.
to deduct (an amount in withholding tax) in excess of the tax to be paid.
to withhold oneself excessively.
to deduct too much withholding tax.
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