swamp

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} bataklık

Veba bataklıktan geldi. - The plague came from the swamp.

O, bataklıkta küçük bir kulübede tek başına yaşıyor. - He lives alone in a little cottage in the swamp.

batağa saplanmak veya batmak
suyla doldurmak
(Askeri) gemiyi su doldurarak batırmak
batak zemin
{f} batır
(iş/vb.) yüklemek
taşırmak
batak

Bataklığa nasıl düştünüz? Biri bizi itti. - How did you fall into the swamp? Someone pushed us in.

Bataklığa nasıl düştünüz? Biri bizi itti. - How did you fall into the swamp? Someone shoved us.

içine su doldurup batırmak
{f} batırmak
{f} yenmek
içine dalga girip batırmak
silip süpürmek
{f} bir şeylerin
swamp boat az su çeken uçak pervanel
müşkül vaziyette bırakmak
içine su dolup batmak
{f} suyla doldurmak: The high waves were swamping the boat. Yüksek dalgalar yüzünden tekne suyla doluyordu
yağdırmak
bataklığa batırmak
{f} çiğnemek
{i} tarıma elverişsiz aşırı sulak arazi
{f} hiçe saymak
ezici bir yenilgiye uğratmak
spor yarışmasında ezmek
Swamp Paperbark
Mersingiller familyasından çay ağacı cinsine ait bitki türü (Swamp Paperbark, Melaleuca ericifolia, Melaleuca rhaphiophylla, Melaleuca halmaturorum)
swamp fever
(Tıp) sıtma
swamp ash
kül tarlası
swamp gas
gaz bataklık
swamp boat
bataklık teknesi
swamp oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) tüylü meşe
swamp oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bataklık meşesi
swamp turtle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) bataklık kaplumbağa
swamped
yoğun olmak
mangrove swamp
(Askeri) TROPİK BİTKİLERİ İHTİVA EDEN BATAKLIK
rice swamp
çeltik tarlası
rice swamp
pirinç tarlası
İngilizce - İngilizce
To overwhelm; to make too busy or overrun capacity

Mr. Spitzer’s defeat of his Democratic opponent ... ended a primary season in which Hillary Rodham Clinton swamped an antiwar challenger for renomination to the Senate.

A type of wetland that stretches for vast distances, and is home to many creatures who have adapted specifically to that environment
To drench or fill with water

The boat was swamped in the storm.

{n} a marsh, bog, fen, soft watery ground
To cause (a boat) to become filled with water; to capsize or sink by whelming with water
{i} low-lying area of land that is saturated with water and unfit for agricultural purposes, marsh, bog
An area of low land that always has deep water and is usually overgrown with grasses and trees (A marsh is temporarily or periodically saturated ) The Everglades in south Florida is a big swamp
drench or submerge or be drenched or submerged; "The tsunami swamped every boat in the harbor
To become filled with water, as a boat; to founder; to capsize or sink; figuratively, to be ruined; to be wrecked
Low, wet land on which grass and trees grow
If you are swamped by things or people, you have more of them than you can deal with. He is swamped with work. land that is always very wet or covered with a layer of water (sump (15-20 centuries); SUMP). Freshwater wetland ecosystem characterized by poorly drained mineral soils and plant life dominated by trees. Swamps have a sufficient water supply to keep the ground waterlogged, and the water has a high-enough mineral content to stimulate decay of organisms and to prevent the accumulation of organic materials. They are found throughout the world. See also marsh. Big Cypress Swamp Congaree Swamp National Monument Dismal Swamp Great Dismal Swamp The Swamp Fox Okefenokee Swamp
A tract of permanently saturated low land, usually overgrown with vegetation (A marsh is temporarily or periodically saturated )
A wetland where the soil is saturated and often inundated and dominated by woody cover (shrubs, e g alder or trees, e g red maple)
To plunge or sink into a swamp
low land that is seasonally flooded; has more woody plants than a marsh and better drainage than a bog
fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid; "the basement was inundated after the storm"; "The images flooded his mind"
A type of wetland dominated by woody vegetation but without appreciable peat deposits Swamps may be fresh or salt water and tidal or non-tidal See Wetlands
low land that is seasonally flooded; has more woody plants than a marsh and better drainage than a bog a situation fraught with difficulties and imponderables; "he was trapped in a medical swamp"
a type of wetland where more than 50% of the vegetation is trees over 20 feet tall
A forested wetland, flooded during part of the year or with moving groundwater, well aerated, rich in minerals, and storing little or no peat Swamps may be hardwood or coniferous Coniferous swamps developed on peat, such as White Cedar Swamps, are often called Treed Fens Wabashkiki or mashkig in the Ojibwe
a situation fraught with difficulties and imponderables; "he was trapped in a medical swamp"
Area saturated with water throughout much of the year, but with the surface of the soil usually not deeply submerged Usually characterized by tree or shrub vegetation (28)
a flat, low-lying freshwater wetland with trees and other vegetation
To plunge into difficulties and perils; to overwhelm; to ruin; to wreck
An area saturated with water throughout much of the year but with the surface of the soil usually not deeply submerged Usually characterized by tree or shrub vegetation See also marsh and miscellaneous areas
A wetland dominated by woodsy vegetation
A type of wetland that is dominated by woody vegetation and does not accumulate appreciable peat deposits Swamps may be fresh or salt water and tidal or non-tidal
A generally wet, wooded area where standing water occurs for at least part of the year
A type of wetland that is dominated by woody vegetation and does not accumulate appreciable peat deposits; it may be fresh- or saltwater, and tidal or nontidal (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
To sink by filling with water
A swamp is an area of very wet land with wild plants growing in it
Wetland where the soil is saturated and often inundated and trees (woody plants 29 feet tall or taller) form the dominant cover Soils are rich in organic matter Shrubs typically form a second layer beneath the forest canopy, with a layer of herbaceous plants growing beneath the shrubs
A wetland dominated by shrubs or trees
A type of wetland that is dominated by woody vegetation and that does not accumulate appreciable peat deposits Swamps may be freshwater or saltwater and tidal or nontidal (See wetland )
To sink or stick in a swamp; figuratively, to become involved in insuperable difficulties
A wetland dominated by trees or shrubs
drench or submerge or be drenched or submerged; "The tsunami swamped every boat in the harbor"
Wet, spongy land; soft, low ground saturated with water, but not usually covered with it; marshy ground away from the seashore
To fill with water, but not settle to the bottom
Fig
Several meanings: the SWAMP is the location where you drop your treasure to score points; SWAMP is a direction which moves you one room in the general direction of the swamp; to SWAMP means to drop an object in the swamp Novice: "what do I do with this vase?" Wiz: "go swamp to the swamp and swamp it!"
Wetland with trees, such as the extensive swamp forests of the southern United States
{f} flood, fill or cover with water; inundate, overwhelm
low-lying area, frequently flooded and supports vegetation adapted to saturated soils e g mangrove swamp
Wetland area with a high water table that results in slow-moving, open water Nutrient content is high and, as a result, dense vegetation consisting of deciduous shrubs and trees, as well as white and black spruce, cover the area
If something swamps a place or object, it fills it with water. A rogue wave swamped the boat
Wetland area of mineral soil normally flooded in the growing season and dominated in most cases by emergent macrophytes (broad-leaved plants), shrubs, and/or trees
swamp beggar-ticks
an American beggar-ticks, Bidens connata, common in wet pastures and meadows
swamp cooler
An evaporative cooling device; a device that cools air by blowing it through or across a moist pad or membrane
swamp maple
A red maple, Acer rubrum
swamp pine
Any of several pine trees, such as loblolly pine or longleaf pine, that prefer swampy conditions
swamp pines
plural form of swamp pine
swamp wallaby
A wallaby, taxonomic name Wallabia bicolor, known for its strong odor
swamp paperbark
swamp paperbark (Melaleuca ericifolia) is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and the genus Melaleuca, native to south-eastern Australia
swamp a boat
inundate a boat, flood a boat with water
swamp ash
small ash of swampy areas of southeastern United States
swamp azalea
shrub growing in swamps throughout the eastern United States and having small white to pinkish flowers resembling honeysuckle
swamp birch
birch of western United States resembling the paper birch but having brownish bark
swamp boat
{i} airboat, flat-bottomed boat motored by an airplane propeller used in swamps and shallow waters
swamp boat
A flatbottom boat powered by an airplane propeller projecting above the stern and used in swamps or shallow waters. Also called airboat
swamp buggy
an amphibious vehicle typically having four-wheel drive and a raised body
swamp candles
North American plant with spikes of yellow flowers, found in wet places
swamp chestnut oak
medium to large deciduous tree of moist areas of southeastern United States similar to the basket oak
swamp cottonwood
North American poplar with large rounded scalloped leaves and brownish bark and wood
swamp dewberry
of eastern North America
swamp drainage
drying out of swamps, removing of water from swamp areas
swamp fever
an infectious disease cause by leptospira and transmitted to humans from domestic animals; characterized by jaundice and fever
swamp fever
malaria
swamp fly honeysuckle
a variety of fly honeysuckle
swamp gum
medium-sized tree of southern Australia
swamp horsetail
Eurasia; northern North America to Virginia
swamp laurel
laurel of bogs of northwestern United States having small purple flowers and pale leaves that are glaucous beneath
swamp milkweed
densely branching perennial of the eastern United States with white to crimson or purple flowers
swamp oak
Australian leafless shrub resembling broom and having small yellow flowers
swamp oak
fast-growing medium to large pyramidal deciduous tree of northeastern United States and southeastern Canada having deeply pinnatifid leaves that turn bright red in autumn; thrives in damp soil
swamp oak
large flaky-barked deciduous oak of the eastern United States with leaves having fewer lobes than other white oaks; yields heavy strong wood used in construction; thrives in wet soil
swamp pine
any of several pines that prefer or endure moist situations such as loblolly pine or longleaf pine
swamp pink
An orchid (Arethusa bulbosa) of northeast North America having a solitary, usually rose-colored flower with a purple-spotted, yellow-crested lip. Also called arethusa, dragon's mouth
swamp potato
Arrowhead
swamp rabbit
of southeastern United States swamps and lowlands
swamp sparrow
North American finch of marshy area
swamp sunflower
sunflower of eastern North America having narrow leaves and found in bogs
swamp white oak
large flaky-barked deciduous oak of the eastern United States with leaves having fewer lobes than other white oaks; yields heavy strong wood used in construction; thrives in wet soil
swamp willow
North American shrubby willow having dark bark and linear leaves growing close to streams and lakes
European swamp thistle
Marsh thistle''
European swamp thistles
plural form of European swamp thistle
drain the swamp when up to one's neck in alligators
When performing a long and complex task, and when you've gotten utterly immersed in secondary and tertiary unexpected tangential subtasks, it's easy to lose sight of the initial objective. This sort of distraction can be particularly problematic if the all-consuming subtask or sub-subtask is not, after all, particularly vital to the original, primary goal, but ends up sucking up time and resources (out of all proportion to its actual importance) only because it seems so urgent
swamped
Simple past tense and past participle of swamp
swamping
An act of swamping (drenching or filling with water)
swamped
Overwhelmed. "I am a little swamped with work at the moment so I cant meet you tonight."
A swamp
swang
A swamp
palus
Big Cypress Swamp
Swamp region and national preserve, southern Florida, U.S. Covering 2,400 sq mi (6,200 sq km), the region merges into the swampy Everglades on the east. It is dominated by cypress trees, and wildlife is abundant. The Seminole Indians have reservations in the area
Congaree Swamp National Monument
National preserve, central South Carolina, U.S. Authorized in 1976, it covers 15,138 acres (6,126 hectares) of alluvial floodplain on the Congaree River. It contains the last significant tract of virgin Southern bottomland hardwoods in the southeastern U.S., including loblolly pine, water tupelo, hickory, and oak, some of record size
Dismal Swamp
or Great Dismal Swamp Wetland region, southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina, U.S. Despite much lumbering and widespread destruction by fire, the area is still heavily wooded. About 30 mi (48 km) long and 10 mi (16 km) wide, it is home to many rare birds and numerous poisonous snakes. Noted for its fishing and hunting, it is traversed by the Dismal Swamp Canal, part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway
Okefenokee Swamp
a large area of swamp land in the US, in southeast Georgia and northeast Florida. It is the home of many alligators and many kinds of snakes and birds. Most of the area is now included in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Swamp and wildlife refuge, southeastern Georgia and northeastern Florida, U.S. It has an area of more than 600 sq mi (1,550 sq km). Located about 50 mi (80 km) inland from the Atlantic coast, it is bounded by the low, sandy Trail Ridge, which prevents direct drainage into the Atlantic. It has diverse and abundant wildlife. Exotic flowers, such as rare orchids, abound. In 1937 a large area of the swamp, almost all in Georgia, was made the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
mountain swamp gum
medium-sized swamp gum of New South Wales and Victoria
okefenokee swamp
a large swampy area of northeast Florida and southeast Georgia
swamped
{s} filled to bursting; very busy; flooded
swamped
sunk by being filled with water; "a swamped boat
swamped
very busy; having too much to do
swamped
sunk by being filled with water; "a swamped boat"
swamped
past of swamp
swamped
rendered powerless especially by an excessive amount or profusion of something; "a desk flooded with applications"; "felt inundated with work"; "too much overcome to notice"; "a man engulfed by fear"; "swamped by work"
swamping
present participle of swamp
swamps
third-person singular of swamp
swamps
plural of swamp
swamp