overserve

overserve

To give more alcohol to a person who is already very drunk. Table 14 is a bunch of college kids who just turned 21, so I'm sure they're looking to booze all night, but try not to overserve them, OK? You're giving him more beer? Don't you think he's been overserved as it is?

overserved

Given too many alcoholic drinks; very or overly drunk. You're giving him more beer? Don't you think he's a bit overserved as it is? As a bouncer, my job was to throw overserved dopes out and keep troublemakers from getting in.

overserved

mod. having to do with a drunken person in a bar; alcohol intoxicated. (Euphemistic.) The overserved guy there in the corner is going to be sick.
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"We're all working to generate revenue for the states, but we also need to make sure we do so responsibly and never overserve. In advancing the goals of NABCA through the control states, we need to understand how to go about balancing those conflicting priorities."
and buried in the employee handbook was one sentence that basically said, Dont overserve people, but it wasnt very specific, Creedy said.
If a bar does overserve, it must share in civil responsibility for any resulting harms.
Today, there are 38 states with statutory provisions that hold drinking establishments liable if they overserve a patron who goes on to cause injury or death, Frasca notes.
"In all events, a deterrence-based measure of extracompensatory damages, based on the plaintiffs' reasonable litigation costs, would undoubtedly overserve the 'punitive' function in this case.
Service risk occurs when MSCOs overserve internal and external customers given what they're willing to pay for products and services.
Since the average sexual demand of men is more frequent than that of women, to have proper consent, in most cases, men are required to restrain their sexual needs or women are required to overserve. This causes oppressiveness.
Contrary to most people's belief, we have found that organizations are more prone to overserve their grant-funded contracts more often than any other funding source.
Given that it eliminates the impetus to overserve, managed care can help structure a system that recognizes the value of natural supports and promotes the use of those supports (Forquer & Knight).
It is a guide to investigating and prosecuting civil cases against establishments that overserve customers and then propel them into the streets to wreak havoc on the innocent.
Hartz also distributes and "goes over the actual Pennsylvania liquor codes that state that employees can be held responsible if they overserve someone." Hartz says this tactic is enough to make the class sit up and take notice."