overdeveloped


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o·ver·de·vel·op

 (ō′vər-dĭ-vĕl′əp)
tr.v. o·ver·de·vel·oped, o·ver·de·vel·op·ing, o·ver·de·vel·ops
1. To develop to excess: muscles that were overdeveloped by weightlifting.
2. To process (a photographic plate or film) too long or in too concentrated a solution.

o′ver·de·vel′op·ment n.

overdeveloped

(ˌəʊvədɪˈvɛləpt)
adj
1. developed too much or too far
2. (Photography) photog (of a film, plate, or print) processed in developer for more than the required time, at too great a concentration, etc
Translations

overdeveloped

[ˌəʊvədɪˈveləpt] ADJ (gen) → excesivamente desarrollado (Phot) → sobreprocesado, sobrerrevelado
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It's massively overdeveloped and they have over-egged it with this hideous red brick facade on one side.
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Cornwall Light and Power is planning to submit a application to build four turbines on land at South Sharpley Farm near Seaham - an area which local residents claim is already overdeveloped with turbines.
Hexham MP Peter Atkinson, who has analysed official figures, warned areas are being overdeveloped while the need for more affordable housing was not being addressed.
Between them they have slammed the design of the houses as ``inappropriate'' and fear the site could be overdeveloped.
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Their home town and power base is 80 miles up the coast from Naples in Mondragone - characterised by overdeveloped, tacky resorts.
While the city centre is a magnificent place (leaving aside the litter with which we seem to have great difficulty dealing) other areas are either shambolic and depressed, like Kensington, or becoming overdeveloped, like Speke/Garston.
Monmouthshire has been overdeveloped and there are plenty of other places in Wales crying out for a development like this - where the impact on the local environment would not be so marked.
We don't want our village to be overdeveloped, which could happen if these changes go ahead.
Still working through her plastic roots, she has an overdeveloped interest in "the body" and in work combining photos with text.