overreliant

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overreliant

[ˌəʊvərɪˈlaɪənt] ADJ to be overreliant on sth/sbdepender demasiado de algo/algn
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Let's do it!" Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher recently claimed he was worried that the Reds had become overreliant on Mane, such is his importance to Klopp's side, suggesting his squad isn't strong enough, otherwise the forward would have been rested.
Overreliant on lazy monologues for plot advancement while infested by far too many purposeless characters, this is prototypical, promising-but-flawed, 'virgin' material.
United will try and squeeze one more season out of Paul Pogba after his 16-goal club campaign and, however unedifying and destabilising his conduct is, the grim reality is United remain overreliant on Pogba's prowess.
Man of the match Mark Kehoe bagged a superb goal (above) for the winners with Mary I overreliant on the contribution of Limerick's Aaron Gillane from placed balls.
An inquiry by the health and sport committee has found the NHS is overreliant on tackling problems rather than preventing them from happening.
The hosts have beaten Leicester and Cardiff on home soil while holding Everton to a draw and they have the defensive resolve to hold out against a Palace team still overreliant on Wilfried Zaha.
China is that it is overreliant on the government as a generator of soft
Both notched in a cosy win over Russia while Portugal are perhaps overreliant on Cristiano Ronaldo.
The American military has been overreliant on overhyped Malaya for misinterpreted lessons.
The sector was considered overreliant on the AfDB even five years ago but this position has now intensified.
Sanctions have also made the DPRK overreliant on China, as other countries have banned or discouraged trade with North Korea.
"Historically, we have been overreliant on too few industries and statistics show how important diversification is to our economy and because of the skills and sectors we have in this area, we are best placed to be able to diversify.