from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To saturate to excess.
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- verb To
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Campos said in an interview that the new medallions would "oversaturate" the local market.
You can only oversaturate the comedy movie market for so long.
Obama already has all the money he needs to oversaturate all the markets.
Better to oversaturate than to underrepresent -- isn't that the American way?
"" Our goal was not to oversaturate, not for her to be a star who flamed out, '' says agent Leigh Steinberg, with whom Strug signed right out of Atlanta.
Guest appearances from Raekwon, Method Man, Havoc, KRS One, Redman and Keith Murray don't oversaturate the album and perfectly complement EPMD.
So, we don't want to oversaturate some of these areas, but we don't want to underserve them.
The Public Works Department, for example, is using Wi-Fi on 13 snowplows partly to ensure in real time that they don't oversaturate streets with salt and chemicals -- which can harm plants and pollute rivers.
As for why Microsoft didn't announce Kinect pricing at last month's E3, Greenberg said it was due to not wanting to oversaturate its press briefing with too much news.
If the Internet has done one thing for music, it's oversaturate the market.