the point at which a substance will receive no more of another substance in solution, chemical combination, etc.
a point at which some capacity is at its fullest; limit:
After a while she reached the saturation point and could absorb nothing more from the lectures.
the point at which no more (people, things, ideas, etc) can be absorbed, accommodated, used, etc
(chem) the point at which no more solute can be dissolved in a solution or gaseous material absorbed in a vapour
The point at which a substance, under given conditions, can receive no more of another substance in solution.
noun 1. saturater. 2. Chemistry. a device for saturating an inert gas with the vapor of a volatile liquid by slowly bubbling the gas through it. noun 1. a person or thing that saturates.
noun 1. the seventh day of the week, following Friday. noun 1. the seventh and last day of the week: the Jewish Sabbath
- Saturday-night special
[sat-er-dey-nahyt, -dee-] /ˈsæt ər deɪˌnaɪt, -di-/ noun, Informal. 1. a cheap, small-caliber handgun that is easily obtainable and concealable. (From police slang for a cheap handgun) A quick-and-dirty program or feature kluged together during off hours, under a deadline, and in response to pressure from a salescritter. Such hacks are dangerously unreliable, but all too […]
adverb 1. on Saturdays: Saturdays we go to the movies. noun 1. the seventh day of the week, following Friday. noun 1. the seventh and last day of the week: the Jewish Sabbath