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glut in Trade topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglutglut1 /ɡlʌt/ noun [countable usually singular]  BBTTOO/TOO MUCHa supply of something, especially a product or crop, that is more than is needed opp shortageglut of a glut of oil on the world market
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glutFrieder could have a glut of scholarships available on short notice.When there is a glut of milk more products like yoghurt are made.Against overwhelming odds, I surrendered myself and watched a glut of documentaries about the military hardware.The crucial part was what came between those two goals, however, with a glut of chances going begging.A glut of bonds on the market pushed prices down.The quota system did it; there was a milk glut.And for the pleasure of it I apply my rule to the urban world of glut.No critical shortages or gluts livened things up this year for traders in the futures pits at the New York Mercantile Exchange.The Internet should be available to the public without all the glut and advertising we have to pay to get it.In many cases the salvaged timber was sold, albeit at prices depressed by the glut of timber on the market.