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flood /flʌd/ verb
flood noun


بیش از 1 نفر دریافت کننده توپ را بمنطقه دفاع حریف فرستادن (فوتبال امریکایی) ، طوفان ، (درشعر) رو د ، دریا ، اشک ، غرق کردن ، سیل گرفتن ، طغیان کردن ، معماری: سیل ، ورزش: بیش از 1 نفر دریافت کننده توپ را بمنطقه دفاع حریف فرستادن

: flood 1

علوم دریایی: مد شدن

: flood 2

پر اب کردن ، علوم دریایی: پر اب شدن
flood
[noun]
Synonyms:
- deluge, downpour, inundation, overflow, spate, tide, torrent
- abundance, flow, glut, profusion, rush, stream, torrent
[verb]
Synonyms:
- immerse, drown, inundate, overflow, pour over, submerge, swamp
- engulf, overwhelm, surge, swarm, sweep
- oversupply, choke, fill, glut, saturate
Antonyms: trickle
Contrasted words: dribble, drip, dropping
Related Words: current, flow, stream, tide, excess, superfluity, surplus, outgushing, outpouring
English Thesaurus: disaster, catastrophe, tragedy, debacle, earthquake, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Flood, the

1. a story told in the Old Testament of the Bible about a great flood that covered the whole world. According to the story, God caused the Flood because he was angry with the people on Earth and wanted to punish them. He made it rain for 40 days and 40 nights, and most of the people and animals on Earth were killed. Only one man, Noah, and his family were saved. God told Noah to build an ark (=a large boat) and to take two of every kind of animal on the ark with him. When the rain stopped and the water level began to go down, Noah sent out a dove to look for land, and the bird returned carrying an olive branch to show that the land was reappearing.

2. before the Flood a very long time ago

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. flood1 W3 /flʌd/ verb

1. COVER WITH WATER [intransitive and transitive] to cover a place with water, or to become covered with water:
Towns and cities all over the country have been flooded.
The houses down by the river flood quite regularly.

2. RIVER [intransitive and transitive] if a river floods, it is too full, and spreads water over the land around it:
There are now fears that the river could flood.

3. GO/ARRIVE IN LARGE NUMBERS [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to arrive or go somewhere in large numbers Synonym : pour, flow:
Refugees are still flooding across the border.
Donations have been flooding in since we launched the appeal.

4. flood something with something to send a very large number of things to a place or organization:
a plan to flood the country with forged banknotes

5. be flooded with something to receive so many letters, complaints, or inquiries that you cannot deal with them all easily:
We’ve been flooded with offers of help.

6. flood the market to produce and sell a very large number of one type of thing, so that the price goes down
flood the market with
Car manufacturers have been accused of flooding the market with cheap cars.

7. LIGHT [intransitive and transitive] if light floods a place or floods into it, it makes it very light and bright
flood into
Light flooded into the kitchen.
flood something with something
The morning sun flooded the room with a gentle light.

8. FEELING [I always + adv/prep,T] if a feeling or memory floods over you or floods back, you feel or remember it very strongly
flood over/back
I felt happiness and relief flooding over me.
Memories of my time in Paris flooded back.

9. ENGINE [intransitive and transitive] if an engine floods or if you flood it, it has too much petrol in it, so that it will not start
flood somebody ↔ out phrasal verb
to force someone to leave their home because of floods

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. flood2 noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: flod]

1. [uncountable and countable] a very large amount of water that covers an area that is usually dry:
The village was cut off by floods.
the worst floods for over fifty years

2. [countable] a very large number of things or people that arrive at the same time
flood of
The UN appealed for help with the flood of refugees crossing the border.

3. in floods of tears crying a lot:
She came downstairs in floods of tears.

4. in flood a river that is in flood has much more water in it than usual
flash flood at flash3(1)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

flood
noun
I. large amount of water
ADJ. devastating, great, heavy, severe | summer, winter
VERB + FLOOD cause Heavy rainfall in the mountains caused the floods.
FLOOD + VERB hit sth, strike sth This summer the region was struck by devastating floods.
inundate sth The meadowland was inundated by heavy floods.
cause sth The flood caused widespread destruction.
subside The floods are slowly subsiding.
FLOOD + NOUN water/waters | alert, damage, victim | control, defence, prevention, protection, relief
PHRASES be in (full) flood The river was in full flood (= had flooded its banks).

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

flood
II. large number/amount
ADJ. great | constant | sudden
FLOOD + VERB inundate sb/sth She was inundated by floods of fan mail.
PREP. ~ of a great flood of refugees
PHRASES in floods of tears (= crying a lot) The little girl was in floods of tears.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

flood
verb
VERB + FLOOD be liable to The area near the river is liable to flood.
PHRASES be badly flooded The village had been badly flooded.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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