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Translation of "inundate" - English-Spanish dictionary

inundate

verb   /ˈɪn.ʌn.deɪt/
to give someone so much work or so many things that they cannot deal with it all inundar We have been inundated with requests for help.2308
formal to flood an area with water inundar If the dam breaks it will inundate large parts of the town.15291261
inundation noun   /ˌɪn.ʌnˈdeɪ.ʃən/ formal
(Definition of inundate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

inundate

verb /ˈinəndeit/
(formal ) to flood (a place, building etc) inundar The town was inundated by water from the nearby Mahanadi River.
inundation noun
inundación
(Definition of inundate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “inundate”
in Vietnamese tràn ngập…
in Malaysian membanjiri…
in Thai ท่วม…
in French inonder…
in German überschwemmen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 太多, 使应接不暇…
in Indonesian membanjiri…
in Chinese (Traditional) 太多, 使應接不暇…
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