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inundateverb [T]

us   /ˈɪn·ʌnˌdeɪt/
to bring to a place or person too much of something, so that it cannot be dealt with: After appearing on TV they were inundated with telephone calls for a week. We were inundated with complaints when the show had to be canceled.
To inundate is also to flood (an area) with water: Floods inundated various Indian communities.
(Definition of inundate from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “inundate”
in Vietnamese tràn ngập…
in Spanish inundar…
in Malaysian membanjiri…
in Thai ท่วม…
in French inonder…
in German überschwemmen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 太多, 使應接不暇…
in Chinese (Simplified) 太多, 使应接不暇…
in Indonesian membanjiri…
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