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Adjective: flooded  flú-did
  1. Covered with water
    "the main deck was flooded"; "a flooded bathroom";
    - afloat, awash, inundated, overflowing
     
  2. Overwhelmed by too much of something
    "Our phones were flooded with calls"
Verb: flood  flúd
  1. Fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid
    "The images flooded his mind";
    - deluge, inundate, swamp
     
  2. Cover with liquid, usually water
    "The swollen river flooded the village"; "The broken vein had flooded blood in her eyes"
     
  3. Supply with an excess of
    "flood the market with tennis shoes";
    - oversupply, glut
     
  4. Become filled to overflowing
    "Our basement flooded during the heavy rains"

See also: flood in, flood out, full

Type of: cover, fill, fill up, furnish, make full, provide, render, spread over, supply

Encyclopedia: Flooded

Flood, California