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Translation of "awash" - English-Spanish dictionary

awash

adjective   /əˈwɒʃ/
covered with a liquid, especially water inundado By the time I discovered the problem, the floor was awash.1921
having an amount of something that is very large or larger than necessary or wanted lleno The city is awash with drugs and the police are powerless to do anything about it.1921
(Definition of awash from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

awash

adjective /(British ) ə’woʃ; (American) ə’woʃ, ə’woːʃ/
covered with water Inundado The southern part of the country is awash with floodwaters.
having something in large quantities Inundado We’re not exactly awash with money at the moment.
(Definition of awash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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