inundation

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English - Turkish
sel/boğma/sel basma
tufan
sel
su baskını
{i} boğma
flood
{f} sel basmak
flood
{i} tufan

Ben atalarımın kim olduğunu bilmiyorum. Bizim evraklar Nuh Tufanı sırasında kayboldu. - I don't know who my ancestors are. Our papers got lost during the Flood.

flood
sel

Okullar sel nedeniyle tatil edildi. - Classes have been suspended due to floods.

Sel, ekinlere büyük zarar verdi. - The flood did great damage to the crops.

flood
{f} su basmak
flood
{f} istila etmek
inundate
{f} su basmak
inundate
{f} sel basmak
flood
{i} sel gibi şey
flood
{f} akın etmek
flood
sel baskını

Şiddetli yağmurun ardından büyük bir sel baskını oldu. - In the wake of the heavy rain, there was a major flood.

Bir Florida şehri sokaklardaki tuzlu suyu emmek için vakum hortumları ile donatılmış tanker kamyonları göndererek düzenli gelgit sel baskınına karşılık veriyor. - A Florida city is responding to regular tidal flooding by sending out tanker trucks equipped with vacuum hoses to suck saltwater off the streets.

flood
ırmak

Irmaklar yoğun yağış yüzünden taştı. - The rivers were flooded by the heavy rain.

flood
çok sayıda olmak
flood
taşmak
flood
sel gibi taşmak
flood
su basması
inundate
garketmek
inundate
boğmak
inundate
su bas
deluge, inundation, downpour
sel, su baskını, sağanak
flood
{f} basmak
flood
derya
flood
{i} bolluk
flood
su
flood
deniz

Deniz seviyesinin altında olan toprakları su basacak. Bu, insanların evsiz kalması ve ürünlerinin tuzlu su tarafından tahrip edileceği anlamına gelir. - Low-lying lands will flood. This means that people will be left homeless and their crops will be destroyed by the salt water.

flood
taşmak coşmak
flood
seylap
English - English
An overspreading of any kind; overflowing or superfluous abundance; a flood; a great influx; as, an inundation of tourists
The act of inundating, or the state of being inundated; an overflow; a flood; a rising and spreading of water over grounds
flood
- Flooding
to overflow with water; a flood
overwhelming, overflowing
to cover with a flood
To cover completely with water (may refer to overflow, flood or swamp)
{i} flooding, deluge, overflow
The annual flooding of the Nile River
the rising of a body of water and its overflowing onto normally dry land; "plains fertilized by annual inundations"
The act of covering with water
a yearly flood the ancient Egyptians relied on for fertilsing crops
A condition in which water from any source temporarily or permanently covers a land surface
Surface flooding by standing or slow moving water
Flooded or covered with water
an overwhelming number or amount; "a flood of requests"; "a torrent of abuse"
The depth, relative to a stated reference level, to which a particular location is covered by water
flooding
floodage
inundate
To overwhelm

The agency was inundated with phone calls.

inundate
to fill with an overflowing abundance
inundate
{f} flood, overflow
ınundation
{n} overflow of water, flood, deluge
inundate
fill or cover completely, usually with water
inundate
To cover with large amounts of water; to flood
inundate
fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid; "the basement was inundated after the storm"; "The images flooded his mind"
inundate
If an area of land is inundated, it becomes covered with water. Their neighborhood is being inundated by the rising waters of the Colorado River. = flood
inundate
emphasis If you say that you are inundated with things such as letters, demands, or requests, you are emphasizing that you receive so many of them that you cannot deal with them all. Her office was inundated with requests for tickets They have inundated me with fan letters. = swamp
inundate
To cover with a flood; to overflow; to deluge; to flood; as, the river inundated the town
inundate
To fill with an overflowing abundance or superfluity; as, the country was inundated with bills of credit
inundations
plural of inundation
inundation

    Hyphenation

    in·un·da·tion

    Turkish pronunciation

    înındeyşın

    Synonyms

    torrent, tide, flood

    Pronunciation

    /ˌənənˈdāsʜən/ /ˌɪnənˈdeɪʃən/

    Etymology

    [ 'i-(")n&n-"dAt ] (transitive verb.) 1590. Latin inundatio, flood

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