saturate


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saturate

i. To reduce the effectiveness of any type of defense by the tactic of bringing so many aircraft per unit of time over a defense area that the electronic and mechanical responses of the defender's equipment, such as the surface-to-air weapons, become erratic because of the multiplicity of targets.
ii. To attack an area with bombs or other missiles in a manner that leaves no place in the area unscathed.
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This new technology will enable Cargill to expand our offerings into the 'next generation' of low saturate oils.
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Dr Oetker's Chicago Town Edge To Edge Deep Pan Miami Meaty Pizza was among the highest out of the pepperoni pizzas for both saturates and salt.
But saturated fat is not always visible and is found in most foods that contain fat - even heart healthy foods like olive oil, mackerel or chicken contain some saturates.
So if you want to cut down, here's my guide: Read food labels - If it contains more than 5g saturates per 100g, it's high in saturated fat so limit it.