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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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Both the DOT and the DENR decided to conduct a joint meeting and aerial inspection after receiving complaints over Boracay's being overdeveloped.
Recent market trends, including the overdeveloped New York City hotel market, suggest that the hospitality real estate sector is ripe for expert brokerage services tailored to the hospitality industry," said Michael Greenberg, CEO and General Counsel, Level Group.
While I only recently got into the weird and wonderful 1990's serial drama, the trailer - which depicts the small, seemingly forgettable American town of Twin Peaks as having developed into an overdeveloped metropolis, blew my mind.
Yet another development of totally unnecessary and quite probably unwanted apartments in the already overdeveloped Granville Street, Holiday Street, Washington Street, and Ridley Street.
Previous research has shown that children with overdeveloped white matter have problems transmitting and interpreting sound because the white matter it is out of sync with the rest of the brain.
He also fears the area will become overdeveloped and it will lead to further traffic congestion.
Since then environmentalists have argued since that Bansko is already overdeveloped, with excessive amounts of hotel beds and ski runs that have already harmed the Pirin National Park.
In September, an investigation into these structures was launched by the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning after Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an demanded the inspection of coastlines in a statement that drew attention to the overdeveloped state of Turkish shores.
Guardian News and Media/ London David Cameron and George Osborne face a divisive battle with Conservative town halls over their Au15bn plan to fuel a housebuilding boom after a new "nimby index" revealed that eight out of 10 Tory councillors believe their areas are already overdeveloped or fine the way they are.
Christine Williamson, a parish councillor who has also objected as a resident, said: "It is going to be very overdeveloped and visually intrusive in this open countryside.
Not overdeveloped, like neighbouring Barry, nor as genteel as Penarth, just up the coast, this was a beach for the locals, an unspoilt retreat to be cherished and, so they thought, protected.
The planet is overdeveloped and overcrowded, with the majority of plant and animal life extinct.