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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “saturate”

saturate

verb (FILL)
充满
 
 
/ˈsæt.jʊ.reɪt/ US  /-jʊr.eɪt/
[T] to fill a thing or place completely so that no more can be added
使充满;使饱和
The police saturated (= A large number of police officers were sent into) the area in an attempt to find the missing child.
大批警察被派往该地区寻找失踪的孩子。
Filling and completing
saturate the market to provide too much of a product so that there is more of this product available than there are people who want to buy it
使市场饱和
Since the US market has now been saturated, drug dealers are looking to Europe.
由于美国的市场现在已经饱和,毒贩们开始转向欧洲。
Economics and the state of the economy
saturation
 
 
/ˌsæt.jʊˈreɪ.ʃən/ US  /-jʊr-/ noun [U]
market saturation
市场饱和
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(Definition of saturate verb (FILL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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