reliant


reliant
adj.
VERBS
be
become
remain
ADVERB
heavily

The service has become heavily reliant on government support.

completely, entirely, totally, wholly (esp. BrE)
overly
increasingly
quite (esp. BrE)
PREPOSITION
on, upon

The charity is completely reliant on public donations.


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