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swampy

adjective uk   /ˈswɒm.pi/ us    /ˈswɑːm-/
Swampy land is soft and very wet.
Translations of “swampy”
in Korean 습지가 많은, 습지의…
in Arabic مُستَنقَعي…
in Portuguese pantanoso, lamacento…
in Catalan pantanós…
in Japanese 沼地のような…
in Italian acquitrinoso, paludoso…
in Chinese (Traditional) (土地)濕軟的,沼澤的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (土地)湿软的,沼泽的…
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