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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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.
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.
The Russian Federation has an economy overdependent on oil and gas; together with armaments, they account for 90 percent of its exports.
What compounds the problem is that in today's times, overdependent as we are on packaged foods, salt is a hidden nasty in most foods.
JK, Klarisse and Jason were overdependent on the written spiels-mostly just perfunctory messages of thanks-which they delivered rather awkwardly.
Geopolitical struggles represent the biggest obstacles, but domestic instabilities within some countries and fear of being overdependent on China also challenge Chinese diplomacy.
This leaves us wondering if Brian and Sarah's paired teaching format may have left them overdependent on one another and less likely to search out feedback and professional opinions from other, local insiders.
The issue is how do you not become overdependent on it so when it's not there you struggle to care for your patients.
Definitely, after she "clipped her wings and brainwashed her" (74), the mother does not make out of Jessie an overdependent human being only but terribly a woman without a self.
Hence, we recommend that parents and education authorities should set time limits for use of text messaging and mobile Internet by young smartphone users to prevent their becoming overdependent.