غمر, غدق, فاض, كان مشغول
Verb(1) fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid(2) fill or cover completely, usually with water
(1) Most flood-control projects involve widening, deepening and straightening channels so they can hold a larger volume of water before they can inundate adjacent flood plains.(2) The majority of the rivers overflow and inundate roads and houses.(3) At least 50 dead as floods inundate much of Jakarta(4) When the precipitation rate increases in Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina, floods inundate southern China and Bangladesh and drought hits some of the remotest Indian villages.(5) This site could more effectively control floods and would not inundate park land.(6) Four more people drowned in eastern India on Wednesday and an overflowing river threatened to inundate low-lying areas around Patna, the populous capital city of Bihar state, relief officials said yesterday.(7) The building of the canal is expected to control the annual floods that inundate many parts of the capital, causing much loss of life and property.(8) Flash floods, of the kind which suddenly and without warning inundate a whole town under many feet of swirling water, only occur in mountainous areas or where dams break creating a tidal wave.(9) In successful nesting seasons, when floods did not inundate the nesting ground and predation was not severe, many young titanosaurs would survive.(10) This is particularly important in low-lying countries such as Bangladesh, where a one-metre rise in sea level would inundate half of the country's rice land with saltwater.(11) In our society we are inundated with images of beautiful people endorsing beauty products.(12) Instead, I am consistently inundated with requests to return with cartons of Canadian cigarettes.(13) In a world where people are inundated with information from the media this seems naive.(14) As Alain de Botton observes in The Art Of Travel, we are inundated with advice on where to travel, but hear very little of why and how we should go.(15) During the nail biting night, he was inundated with a staggering 140 text messages from well wishers.(16) We are inundated with emails and phone calls asking us why we didn't confirm Tung's resignation earlier?
(1) inundate :: غمر
1. flood ::
2. overwhelm ::
3. deluge ::
Different Formsinundate, inundated, inundates, inundating
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