What does glut mean?

glut in AZ Dictionary

(v) To fill beyond capability, particularly with meals; satiate.
(v) To overflow (a market) with an excessive amount of goods to ensure that supply surpasses demand.
(v) To fill beyond capability, specifically with meals; satiate.
(v) to consume or indulge in some thing too much.
(v) to consume gluttonously or even satiety.
(v) for eating or indulge in some thing too much.
(n) An oversupply.
(n) a surplus, a lot of
(n) whatever is swallowed.
(v) To fill to ability, to fulfill all necessity or need, to sate.
(v) To fill to ability, to fulfill all requirement or demand, to sate.
(v) offer with too much
To take; especially, to ingest greedily.
To fill on level of ability; feast or delight to satiety; sate; gorge: because, to glut the desire for food.
To saturate.

glut in Agriculture Dictionary

if you find an oversupply of an excellent in a way that industry supply is greater than the need. by ErnestReport definition

glut in Community Dictionary

a gut that hangs over someones genitals like a flap.a fleshy extension for the stomach rendering it look like there is a flap covering people naughty bits by DevonaReport definition
a wedge made of hard wood used to split wood. by ColtonReport definition
Shortened type of gluttony. Always describe a person who eats an inordinate amount of food and who's often exceptionally obese or over-weight. by AlainaReport definition

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  • Synonym for "glut"
    • satiate, sate, cloy, clog, surfeit
  • Antonym for "glut"
    • shortage, lack
  • Verb Forms for "glut"
    • gluts, glutted, glutting
  • Phrases for "glut"
    • container glut, capacity glut, gas glut, a glut, biggest glut
  • Rhyme for "glut"
    • Hutt, Knut, abut, but, butt
  • Hypernym for "glut"
    • furnish, provide, supply, render, eat
  • Cross Reference for "glut"
    • to glut the market
  • Etymologically Related for "glut"
    • gluttony, glutton
  • Same Context for "glut"
    • death-trap, birdman, satiation, andrent
  • Variant for "glut"
    • glutting, glutted
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