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oversaturated

[¦ō·vər′sach·ə‚rād·əd]
(petrology)
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Music is a very oversaturated market on YouTube, and nobody seems to have any faith in music labels anymore; everything they can do, I can do by myself, other than provide the money to market and advertise.
before it spilled, before The water itself became oversaturated.
Koch noted that Craft may have become oversaturated at retail.
As the amount of information available for consumption continues to grow, so has the importance of producing distinguishable content in an oversaturated market.
wireless operator, has in recent years looked to mobile video and advertising for new sources of revenue in an oversaturated wireless market.
Verizon has been looking to mobile video and advertising for new sources of revenue outside the oversaturated wireless market.
WHAT THE importance of regular releases was one thing and we realised that we didn't want to be in the oversaturated indie rock scene any more.
Despite his experience in women's apparel, Morrison chose to focus on menswear for two reasons: the women's market is oversaturated, and the men's is not saturated enough.
The white negative space set within a field of green indisputably describes the profile of a mushroom, but it could just as easily define a human head, the cranial shape's bright coiffure of oversaturated colors serving a variegated "candy cap.
Despite the ever-increasing demands for our attention in an oversaturated world of data, parks and recreation is still a highly-valued and essential part of our communities," notes Barbara Tulipane, NRPA president and chief executive officer.
Allsopp & Allsopp said the Emirate's property availability does not match reports the market is oversaturated.
Halting the oil exports - Iraqi Kurdistan's main source of income - will deprive the region of much-needed revenue , already reeling from record-low oil prices and an oversaturated market.