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flood

noun [C]
 
 
/flʌd/
a large number or amount of people or things: Fund managers are surprised how quickly the trickle of money leaving the country has become a flood.a flood of sth A bumper harvest coupled with a flood of imports have pushed the price of sugar lower.
Translations of “flood”
in Korean 홍수…
in Arabic فَيَضان, طوفان…
in French inondation, déluge…
in Turkish sel baskını, baskın, çokça gelme…
in Italian inondazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水, 洪水…
in Russian наводнение, поток…
in Polish powódź, zalew…
in Spanish inundación, torrente, avalancha…
in Portuguese enchente, inundação…
in German die Überschwemmung, die Flut…
in Catalan riuada, inundació…
in Japanese 洪水…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水, 洪水…
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