glut


1glut

verb \ˈglət\
glut·tedglut·ting

Definition of GLUT

transitive verb
1
:  to fill especially with food to satiety
2
:  to flood (the market) with goods so that supply exceeds demand
intransitive verb
:  to eat gluttonously

Origin of GLUT

Middle English glouten, probably from Anglo-French glutir to swallow, from Latin gluttire — more at glutton
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with GLUT

2glut

noun

: too much of something : a supply of something that is much more than is needed or wanted

Full Definition of GLUT

1
:  an excessive quantity :  oversupply
2
archaic :  the act or process of glutting

First Known Use of GLUT

circa 1546

3glut

verb
glut·tedglut·ting

Definition of GLUT

transitive verb
archaic
:  to swallow greedily

Origin of GLUT

probably from obsolete glut, noun, swallow
First Known Use: 1600

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