Definition of oversaturate
- … since the company went public, it's been opening so many stores that it's at risk of oversaturating its own market …
- —Angela Mulholland
- … the Pfieffer Canyon Bridge … slipped several feet in February when storms oversaturated the underlying soil.
- —Kurtis Alexander
- … settings that don't oversaturate colors or look too dim.
- —Dieter Bohn
- oversaturated the water with salt
- … delivers impressive image quality. Colors are bright and realistic without being oversaturated.
- —Luisa Simone
- Perhaps you remember a chemistry experiment from high school: You dissolve a salt in hot water, let the solution cool down, put a small crystal in the now oversaturated solution—then all of a sudden crystals form.
- —Bert J. M. de Vries
oversaturationplay \ˌō-vər-ˌsa-chə-ˈrā-shən\ adjective
- oversaturation of the market with too many action films
- … colors usually struck a nice balance between accurate and pleasant oversaturation.
- —Mitt Jones