|1.||an excessive amount, as in the production of a crop, often leading to a fall in price|
|2.||the act of glutting or state of being glutted|
|—vb , gluts, glutting, glutted|
|3.||to feed or supply beyond capacity|
|4.||to supply (a market) with a commodity in excess of the demand for it|
|5.||to cram full or choke up: to glut a passage|
|[C14: probably from Old French gloutir, from Latin gluttīre; see |
An oversupply of goods on the market.