overreliance

overreliance

(ˌəʊvərɪˈlaɪəns)
n
the state or fact of being too reliant on someone or something
Translations

overreliance

[ˌəʊvərɪˈlaɪəns] Ndependencia f excesiva (on de)
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Overreliance on one-to-one paraprofessionals: (a) is conceptually questionable, (b) may be an unduly restrictive support, (c) is associated with a host of inadvertent detrimental effects, and (d) is exacerbated by insufficient approaches for decision-making.
1 Jurgen Melzer insists Britain's overreliance on Andy Murray could damage their chances during this weekend's Davis Cup tie.
However, we still see an overreliance in the independent sector on some mature, traditional brands that are in long-term decline.
DEFENDER Mario Melchiot has revealed his personal frustration at Birmingham's overreliance on the longball game.
I cannot agree, however that their initial surprise at the attacks was due to any overreliance on technology; rather, their initial surprise was based on several non-technological factors:
The second and more significant problem with an overreliance on standardized test scores is that these tests cannot measure many qualities that are essential for success in college and beyond.
This helped [us] replace the overreliance of conventional modern dance training on the larger superficial muscles of the body with a balanced use of the deeper, smaller muscles closer to the bone.
This is the only viable alternative to overreliance on the dangerously overextended ground and air facilities at LAX.
While it's certainly possible to debate the wisdom of overreliance on medications to ensure health, modern medicine has made great contributions to helping people lead longer, healthier lives.
Although at this time loan portfolios remain sound overall, indications of departures from proven sound lending practices--in particular, overreliance on optimistic views of the borrowers' prospects and favorable economic and financial conditions--have been a recurring theme emerging from recent supervisory reviews of bank credit quality.
military's overreliance on high technology more exposed during the Mogadishu fight than in the area of intelligence.
Accordingly, overreliance on one technique or device may not only put the client unreasonably at risk but also may indicate the CPA has not fulfilled his or her professional responsibilities.