“I have reached a saturation point on the small talk about her clothes,” Givhan writes.
And so, I have reached a saturation point on the small talk about her clothes.
When the air is near the saturation point, the weather is oppressive and is said to be very humid.
It is apparent that this has reached temporarily the saturation point.
If the temperature falls below the saturation point, dew will be formed.
We will only state, however, that the magnets of dynamos are not always charged up to their saturation point.
If, however, the air is not near the saturation point, a fall in temperature will not necessarily produce bad weather.
When the air is at the saturation point, the tiniest additional percentage of moisture causes rain to fall.
This is the "saturation point" of the money demand of the country; it is a certain number of pieces of full-weight metal.
Is it not the teacher who has crammed and coached the unfortunate students to the saturation point?
|saturation point |
The point at which a substance, under given conditions, can receive no more of another substance in solution.