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Translation of "deluge" - English-Spanish dictionary

deluge

noun   /ˈdel.juːdʒ/
a very large amount of rain or water diluvio, inundación This little stream can become a deluge when it rains heavily.15091529
a deluge of sth
a lot of something un aluvión de algo The newspaper received a deluge of complaints/letters/phone calls about the article.1263
(Definition of deluge from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deluge

noun /ˈdeljuːdʒ/
a great quantity of water diluvio, inundación Few people survived the deluge.
(Definition of deluge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “deluge”
in Vietnamese đại hồng thủy…
in Malaysian banjir…
in Thai อุทกภัย…
in French déluge…
in German die Flut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 暴雨, 洪水…
in Turkish tufan, yağmur veya sel baskını, afet…
in Russian поток, лавина, ливень…
in Indonesian air bah…
in Chinese (Traditional) 暴雨, 洪水…
in Polish lawina, powódź…
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