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deluge

noun [C]     /ˈdeljuːdʒ/
LARGE AMOUNT
a very large amount of something that suddenly arrives: They have received a deluge of complaints.Large in number or quantity
RAIN
a sudden, large amount of rain, or a floodRain
Translations of “deluge”
in Spanish diluvio, inundación…
in Vietnamese đại hồng thủy…
in Thai อุทกภัย…
in Malaysian banjir…
in French déluge…
in German die Flut…
in Indonesian air bah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 暴雨, 洪水…
in Turkish tufan, yağmur veya sel baskını, afet…
in Russian поток, лавина, ливень…
in Chinese (Traditional) 暴雨, 洪水…
in Polish lawina, powódź…
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