saturation point

NOUN
  1. (chemistry) the stage at which a substance will receive no more of another substance in solution or in a vapor
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How To Use saturation point In A Sentence

  • But there must come a saturation point. Times, Sunday Times
  • "The existing facilities have almost reached saturation point and are under pressure, not to mention traffic jams on the expressways, " it said.
  • But has it reached saturation point? Times, Sunday Times
  • Your generation is very selfish. They don’t want India for its Ganga, but for their economic pride and self-respect. I’m hopeful because the chaos and crisis has reached a saturation point. This is our only chance. If it goes down a little bit more, then there is no scope. The youngsters have to realise that things are in their hands now. Gulzar 
  • I now have an almost allergic reaction to the stuff, due to having reached saturation point about three years ago. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is no such thing as a saturation point. Christianity Today
  • The refugee camps have reached saturation point.
  • Celebrity autobiographies have also surely reached saturation point by now. Times, Sunday Times
  • So many refugee have arrive that the camp have reach saturation point.
  • He came up with the idea as coverage reached saturation point during the recent Democratic convention. Times, Sunday Times
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