overdependent

overdependent

(ˌəʊvədɪˈpɛndənt)
adj
excessively dependent on a person or thing for aid, support, etc
Translations

overdependent

[ˌəʊvədɪˈpendənt] ADJexcesivamente dependiente (on de)
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Prior to 2016 our live shows were becoming overdependent on our backing tracks and people used to complain that seeing the band live was just the same as listening to the CD.
Ferdinand Dela Cruz also noted that the Metro had become overdependent on the Angat Dam.
Could be you're overdependent. Probably this has happened to you more than once.
Dr Mahathir said being overdependent on the offerings of others would weaken the spirit of a community.
Throughout the book, Falola repeats that Nigeria is dangerously overdependent on income from petroleum revenues.
Ballygunner looked the sharper side in the opening half but their forwards struggled to make an impression and they were overdependent on the accuracy of Pauric Mahony from frees.
A lot of the discussion about pilots becoming overdependent on EFBs that arose when they first became reliable and functional has subsided with time.
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| Many children find social media hard to manage, becoming overdependent on "likes" and "comments" for validation: Harry, 11, said: "When you get 50 likes it makes you feel good."
Many children find social media hard to manage, becoming overdependent on "likes" and "comments" for validation Harry, 11, said: "When you get 50 likes it makes you feel good." Emma says validation is like a chemical addiction and "you might get a release of dopamine, which controls the brain's reward centre".
SMEs should be independent and not overdependent on the government.
The focus needs to be kept firmly on the long-term economic strategy for the region and the necessary diversification away from oil and gas so that we are not overdependent on a single sector."