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Meaning of “flood” - Learner’s Dictionary

flood

verb [I, T]     /flʌd/
WATER
B1 If a place floods or is flooded, it becomes covered in water: [often passive] The town was flooded when the river burst its banks. I left the taps running and flooded the bathroom.Floods, tides and currentsWater in general
FILL
B2 to fill or enter a place in large numbers or amounts: Light flooded the room. Shoppers flooded into the store.Filling and completingFull
flooding noun [U]
There is widespread flooding in the South.
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