oversaturate

oversaturate

(ˌəʊvəˈsætʃʊˌreɪt)
vb (tr)
to saturate excessively
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"We don't want to oversaturate the game such as it diminishes quality.
Problems set in, however, when these efforts oversaturate the market or stretch company resources so thin that they cannot maintain the same level of quality that first made them successful.
A rush of marketing on the platform "does pose an issue with things like ad feeds and ad overload, particularly if you're not careful and you oversaturate the audience with a poor user," added Adam Shlachter, svp of media at DigitasLBi.
The attempt by Emirates Airline to oversaturate a route that is already well-served by U.S.
"By eliminating these two flights, we're making certain that we don't oversaturate the market," said executive Alexis Ravelo-Lombana.
Insurers have to avoid the impulse to oversaturate consumers with advertising and instead concentrate on responding to their needs, said J.
While genre shows threaten to oversaturate the market, McGoldrick thinks you can never have too much of a good thing.
Also, the Redmi 5A tends to oversaturate the colours.
Such a franchisor is motivated to: (a) oversaturate a market with outlets, limiting profitability for each franchisee in that market, (b) resell stores at higher prices as their value increases, thus fueling growth by attrition, and (c) terminate franchise agreements in order to convert to company-owned outlets.
The corporations also encourage the franchisees to cannibalize one another by refusing to give them exclusive territories, which not only oversaturates particular markets but also sets franchisees--otherwise probable allies in a system weighted against them--permanently at odds.
The Honor 5C does better with sharpness here, although it somewhat oversaturates the photograph.
Under tungsten light, the Qiku Q Terra balances the lighting condition and retains shadows in the image, while the Xperia Z5 Premium completely oversaturates the mis-en-scene.