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Meaning of “swamp” - Learner’s Dictionary

swamp

verb [T]     /swɒmp/
TOO MUCH
to give someone more of something than they can deal with: [often passive] The company was swamped with calls about its new service. The market has been swamped by cheap imports.Too much and unnecessary
WATER
If an area is swamped, it becomes covered with water: Heavy rain has swamped many villages in the region.Water in generalEnclosing, surrounding and immersing
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