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glut

noun [C] uk   /ɡlʌt/ us  
a supply of something that is much greater than can be sold or is needed or wanted: The fall in demand for coffee could cause a glut on/in the market. The current glut of graduates means that many of them will not be able to find jobs.
glut
verb [T often passive] uk   (plural -tt-) us  
Higher mortgage rates and over-building left some markets glutted with unsold houses.
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