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.
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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
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overdeveloped

[ˌəʊvədɪˈveləpt] ADJ (gen) → excesivamente desarrollado (Phot) → sobreprocesado, sobrerrevelado
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She said the site proposed for this property was within the previous application designated as open green space to complement the 'already overdeveloped site' to the rear of the former Crown Inn.
The Crown Inn, Hodge Bower " She said the site proposed for this property was within the previous application designated as open green space to complement the 'already overdeveloped site' to the rear of the former Crown Inn.
Some neighbours say that if the plans are approved, it would result in the site being overdeveloped. Others raised concern about additional traffic on the already 'congested' roads.
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Leonida Santos, immediate past president of the organization said the Shrine Hills must not be overdeveloped because its soil is 'generally made up of corals, there are many voids underneath, and corals are not stable when it rains.'
In a report, Lawrence Isted said: "The reduction in width of the dwellings, as well as their siting further forward towards the pavement is considered would result in a less cramped and overdeveloped proposal than the previous and the development would sit more comfortably in relation to the plot size."
An overdeveloped federal state suits centralising powers in the country, but runs counter to the constitutional and democratic scheme.
Supporters of the height limit complain that their particular community is "overdeveloped." The truth is the Upper East Side is far from overdeveloped.
Plaid Cymru councillor Steffan Wiliam, who was part of the committee which sent the glamping plans back to cabinet, said: "I'm delighted because lots of local people and from further afield are glad Porthkerry can now maintain its natural beauty and not become something sanitised, synthetic and overdeveloped.
It can be easy to overlook it at times if you restrict your travel to the overdeveloped western plateau, but there are still plenty of places around the island rich in natural beauty.
There were also debates about whether there is too much student housing in Liverpool city centre and on whether the area around Great Homer Street is now being "overdeveloped".