MP3: JV484 (Glut and Loathe)

11.12.2008

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JV484 (Glut and Loathe) MP3

GLUT = (verb)(glutted, glutting) 1. to fill, usually with food; 2. to flood the market with a product; (noun) a supply greater than what is needed Synonyms: (v.) satiate, fill, satisfy, saturate, oversupply, flood, overflow, inundate, (n.) excess, oversupply, surplus, overabundance Antonyms: (v.) empty, deprive, forestall, (n.) lack, shortage, deficiency Examples:- If we glut the market with oil, supply will be high... Source: justvocabulary.com

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