deluge

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the Deluge Hazreti Nuh tufanı
sürü
akın
{f} su bas
şiddetli yağmur
büyük sel

1342 seli orta Avrupa tarihinin en büyük seliydi. - The flood of 1342 was the biggest deluge in the history of central Europe.

su baskını
yağmuruna tutmak
{f} sel basmak
çok şiddetli yağmur
sağanak/sel
{i} sel

1342 seli orta Avrupa tarihinin en büyük seliydi. - The flood of 1342 was the biggest deluge in the history of central Europe.

{f} su basmak
deluge sel bas
{i} yağmur

Öğretmen soru yağmuruna tutuldu. - The teacher was deluged with questions.

{i} tufan
pek çok
deluge system
yağmurlama sistemi
deluge, inundation, downpour
sel, su baskını, sağanak
deluge collection pond
(Askeri) SU TOPLAMA ÇUKURU (HV.): Bir füze ateş mevziinde; özellikle alev saptırıcıyı {flame deflector) soğutmak için kullanılan suyun, roket yükselmeye başlarken akıp toplandığı bir yer. buna "skinner basin" de denir
deluge collection pond
(Askeri) su toplama çukuru
the Deluge
Nuh tufanı
the Deluge
Büyük tufan
pad deluge
(Askeri) YASTIK SU TAŞIRMASI: Fırlatma yastığı veya füze motorlarının bazı kritik kısımlarında ısıyı düşürmek üzere, bir füzenin fırlatılması sırasında, bazı fırlatma yastıklarını bol miktarda su püskürtülmesi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The Biblical flood during the time of Noah
To overwhelm

After the announcement, they were deluged with requests for more information.

To flood with water
An overwhelming amount of something

The rock concert was a deluge of sound.

A great flood or rain

The deluge continued for hours, drenching the land and slowing traffic to a halt.

to overwhelm with a flood of water
{n} a great overflow of water a flood
{v} to drown, overwhelm, overrun, cover
A deluge of things is a large number of them which arrive or happen at the same time. A deluge of manuscripts began to arrive in the post This has brought a deluge of criticism. = flood
(1) A great flood (2) A heavy downpour
an overwhelming number or amount; "a flood of requests"; "a torrent of abuse"
A washing away; an overflowing of the land by water; an inundation; a flood; specifically, The Deluge, the great flood in the days of Noah Gen
The Deluge: The Biblical flood during the time of Noah
To overwhelm, as with a deluge; to cover; to overspread; to overpower; to submerge; to destroy; as, the northern nations deluged the Roman empire with their armies; the land is deluged with woe
After me the Deluge ["Après moi le Déluge "] When I am dead the deluge may come for aught I care Generally ascribed to Prince Metternich, but the Prince borrowed it from Mme Pompadour, who laughed off all the remonstrances of ministers at her extravagance by saying, "Après nous le déluge" (Ruin, if you like, when we are dead and gone)
a heavy rain
"A notable first experiment in baptism which washed away the sins (and sinners) of the world " [DD] See Noah's Ark
the name given to Noah's flood, the history of which is recorded in Gen 7 and 8
If a place or person is deluged with things, a large number of them arrive or happen at the same time. During 1933, Papen's office was deluged with complaints
A deluge is a sudden, very heavy fall of rain. About a dozen homes were damaged in the deluge. = downpour
{i} flood, inundation, drenching rain; anything that overwhelms like a flood
(1) A great flood (2) A sudden heavy downpour of rain or torrent of water ADVANCE \x 540
Fig
To overflow with water; to inundate; to overwhelm
fill or cover completely, usually with water
fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid; "the basement was inundated after the storm"; "The images flooded his mind"
the name given to Noah's flood, the history of which is recorded in Gen 7 and 8
charge someone with too many tasks
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After me the Deluge ["Après moi le Déluge "] When I am dead the deluge may come for aught I care Generally ascribed to Prince Metternich, but the Prince borrowed it from Mme Pompadour, who laughed off all the remonstrances of ministers at her extravagance by saying, "Après nous le déluge" (Ruin, if you like, when we are dead and gone)
A sudden flooding or inundation of water
the rising of a body of water and its overflowing onto normally dry land; "plains fertilized by annual inundations"
fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid; "the basement was inundated after the storm"; "The images flooded his mind
{f} flood, inundate, soak; overwhelm
Anything which overwhelms, or causes great destruction
after me the deluge
after me the flood, after me comes the disaster
after us the deluge
after us the flood, after us comes the disaster
deluged
past of deluge
deluges
third-person singular of deluge
deluges
plural of , deluge
deluging
present participle of deluge
the Deluge
the Flood, great deluge which occurred in the time of Noah (Biblical)
deluge
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