Significado de “swamp” - en el Diccionario Inglés

swamp en inglés británico

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swampnoun [ C or U ]

uk /swɒmp/ us /swɑːmp/

swampverb

uk /swɒmp/ us /swɑːmp/

(Definición de swamp del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

swamp en inglés americano

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swampnoun [ C/U ]

us /swɑmp, swɔmp/

swamp noun [ C/U ] (WET LAND)

an area of very wet, soft land:

[ C ] Alligators live in these swamps.
swampy
adjective us /ˈswɑm·pi, ˈswɔm-/

a low-lying, swampy region

swampverb [ T ]

us /swɑmp, swɔmp/

swamp verb [ T ] (COVER WITH WATER)

to cover a place or thing with a large amount of water:

The boat was swamped by an enormous wave.

swamp verb [ T ] (BE TOO MUCH)

to have too many of something, or to give someone too much to do:

Foreign cars have swamped the market.
We’ve been swamped with emergencies today.

(Definición de swamp del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

swamp en inglés de negocios

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swampverb [ T ]

uk /swɒmp/ us

to have too many of something, or give someone too much to do:

Huge volumes of fake designer brands have swamped the EU market.
be swamped with sth After the severe storms, insurance companies are expecting to be swamped with claims.
be swamped by sth Consumers are feeling swamped by high levels of credit card debt.
We've all been swamped with work since the policy changes.
swamped with calls/emails/letters

(Definición de swamp del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)