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English definition of “flooded”

flooded

adjective uk   /ˈflʌd.ɪd/ us  

flooded adjective (WATER)

covered with water: flooded fieldsWet weather and wetnessFloods, tides and currents

flooded adjective (FULL OF)

containing a large amount or number of something: The market is flooded with cheap imports.Full
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