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glut on the market

Something that is not in great demand because it is abundantly available. Mobile phones are a glut on the market these days, which is why they're so affordable.
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a drug on the market

 and a glut on the market
something that is on the market in great abundance. Right now, small computers are a drug on the market. Twenty years ago, small transistor radios were a glut on the market.
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glut someone or something with something

to overfill someone or something with something. The hungry lions glutted themselves with the meat of their recent kill. Sally would glut herself with doughnuts, given the chance.
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References in classic literature ?
Sowerberry was disposed to be his friend; so, between these three on one side, and a glut of funerals on the other, Oliver was not altogether as comfortable as the hungry pig was, when he was shut up, by mistake, in the grain department of a brewery.
Treating them as gluts, which is Beall's approach, means counting them both ttrue and tfalse, and so adopting a logic weak enough not to validate Explosion.
Glut-4 and Glut-1 were shown to be expressed in human skeletal muscle by cloning and characterisation of insulin-responsive Gluts (Fukumoto et al.
A few years down the road we could see gluts in industries like steel where prices are high now, because there's so much investment going on.
According to a comprehensive report on the crisis released last year by Oxfam International, there are now more than 40 million excess bags of coffee on the market--more than double the excess coffee in previous gluts--and perhaps the worst coffee glut in history.
In its new form, this material readily enters cancer cells' glucose transporters, or GLUTs.
Shippers' decisions not to transport some products, such as lettuce and broccoli, have resulted in gluts of those items in California.
Faulty measurement models, "despite a great deal of rhetoric about better transparency," are to blame for inaccurate estimates of global supply, he asserts, leading to the perceived supply gluts.