overreliant

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overreliant

[ˌəʊvərɪˈlaɪənt] ADJ to be overreliant on sth/sbdepender demasiado de algo/algn
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Cardiff have tended to be overreliant on crosses and in the main the quality of the wide balls provided at Leeds was poor meaning there was little hope of ever grabbing the opener or, after Alex Mowatt's rocket, finding the leveller.
Lyndon Fairbrother was Tipp's scoring hero, landing seven points in the second half alone against a Limerick side overreliant on Peter Casey, who bagged 10 of his 13 points from placed balls.
When Marconi went out of business, we were over-reliant on one customer and we very much learnt from that, not to be overreliant.
We would rise to the challenge and help create a more balanced Britain not overreliant on London, with a smaller central civil service and fewer MPs so the extra cost is nil.
The Reds are back to being overreliant on Steven Gerrard, whose 67th-minute arrival showed that resting him hurts his team as much as his ego.
They are slightly overreliant on Wissam Ben Yedder, a talented 24-year-old who has already bagged seven league goals this term having established himself as a key player over the last few seasons.
In my experience, for example, students can become overreliant on the translation function available in the electronic dictionaries available on their cell phones.
The vision of Scotland's first minister conveniently overlooks the fact that, overwhelmingly, economic assessments show independence will mean change for the worst for a high-spending Scotland (benefiting for decades from higher public sector spending per head than neighbouring poorer English regions) and overreliant on diminishing North Sea oil revenues.
We have failed to diversify our brand by becoming overreliant on route-one football and playing on the break.
Today, the industry is overreliant on the retail sector -- 80 per cent of Islamic fund investors are retail customers and this is one of the main reasons that the industry is struggling to achieve scale," said Farook.
South Africa has by tar the most diverse economy in Africa but even it is overreliant on the export of raw materials, such as coal, iron ore, platinum, gold and other minerals.