oversaturation


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oversaturation

(ˌəʊvəˌsætʃʊˈreɪʃən)
n
the act or instance of saturating excessively
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Though contrary behaviours, both of these practices contributed to a climate of inadvisable over-purchasing in the region that was all fine and dandy before 2008, but also directly contributed to the oversaturation and bottoming out of sales in the immediate aftermath of the global economic downturn.
According to global research and consulting firm Wood Mackenzie, the worldwide LNG market is poised for oversaturation in the coming years.
Reward Spree was created to revolutionize prizes in the gaming industry, which has long been plagued with oversaturation and lack of originality when it comes to incentive-based models for gamers.
Hence the occurring oversaturation of the polymer with carbon dioxide leads to a foaming of the polymer and enables the shaping under reproducible conditions.
How do you make it happen in the light of the severe oversaturation in jobs in the state's administrative body?
In many ways, the current culture of perfectionism enveloping many teen girls' lives begins with the oversaturation of information.
It was only a couple of months ago that I gave The Avengers: Age of Ultron a scathing review, bemoaning the oversaturation of the superhero genre in the market and the focus on ensuring bigger and better special effects and action scenes at the expense of the characters themselves.
While at first glance such investments present an opportunity for rapid gains, in the long run we consider that it will bring an oversaturation of capital injection that will gradually decrease their value, while many fruitful opportunities in the technological sector go virtually unnoticed, especially regarding renewable and alternative energy, for which the demand is projected to heavily increase in the coming years," continued Ludwig Voth.
The American Gaming Association, an industry lobbying group, has also pushed back against the notion of oversaturation.
2, one could fear oversaturation of fundraising appeals.
In terms of display, the handset boasts great colour reproduction, but oversaturation problem continues to be a letdown.
In January, Smith said during an earnings report conference call that Tyson would scale back on its chicken operations in China because of losses there due to low demand and an oversaturation of the market.