1. (to become filled)
2. (to have one's fill)
¿Tienes algo salado? Ya me saturé de lo dulce.Do you have something salty? I've had enough sweets already.
Me saturé de esas dos cotorras. Les voy a pedir que se callen o que al menos bajen la voz.I can't take those two chatterboxes anymore. I'm going to ask them to shut up or at least speak quieter.
3. (to fill up)
El gobierno decidió saturar el mercado con productos importados para que bajen los precios locales.The government decided to saturate the market with imported products to make local prices go down.
b. to flood (figurative)
Detesto las empresas que te saturan la bandeja de entrada con correo basura.I hate companies that flood your inbox with spam.
1. (general)pronominal verb
a. to saturate
a. to become saturated
Verb Conjugations for saturar
Present Participle: saturando
Past Participle: saturado
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