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Interference due to a nearby transmitter whose signals are so strong that they override other signals over a wide band of frequencies.
The material caught on the blankets that are used in concentrating gold-bearing sands or slimes.
The suppression, distortion, or gross interference of a desired signal from reception by the presence of an overriding stronger and undesired signal.