verb (used with object), sat·u·rat·ed, sat·u·rat·ing.
verb (used without object), sat·u·rat·ed, sat·u·rat·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM saturatede·sat·u·rate, verb (used with object), de·sat·u·rat·ed, de·sat·u·rat·ing.o·ver·sat·u·rate, verb (used with object), o·ver·sat·u·rat·ed, o·ver·sat·u·rat·ing.
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It is a place saturated with police, a mishmash of law enforcement agencies — not just local patrol but state troopers, federal narcotics agents and immigration officers.Restrictions on the South Texas Border Were Meant to Protect People From COVID-19. Then the Handcuffs Came Out.|by Vianna Davila and Ren Larson|December 19, 2020|ProPublica
When saturated, they can effectively be squeezed out and used again.Graphene gets real: Meet the entrepreneurs bringing the wonder substance to market|David Meyer|December 13, 2020|Fortune
According to Goldberg, the market is saturated and some banks are unlikely to survive, but those like Greenlight, whose niche is debit cards for kids, still have a chance to flourish.OnJuno, a new online bank aimed at Asian-Americans, offers a 2.15% savings rate|Jeff|December 12, 2020|Fortune
At 5Mbps per HD Netflix stream, you’d need 60 streams going at once to saturate that connection—so I’d call their sales page a little misleading.
One big problem, in particular, has been producing a bag “that can hold enough coffee while still being permeable enough to saturate the grounds and allow sufficient extraction,” Christman explains.Now You Can Steep Your Coffee Like Tea—and It's Awesome|AC Shilton|November 11, 2020|Outside Online