[ deluged deluged deluging ]
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deluge system ; ; ;
The spring thaw caused the river to deluge the region.
They were deluged with applications.
N-COUNTAdelugeofthings is a large number of them which arrive or happen at the same time.
There was a deluge of requests for interviews and statements.
V-TIf a place or personis delugedwiththings, a large number of them arrive or happen at the same time. [usu passive]
During 1933, Papens office was deluged with complaints.
The springthawcausedthe rivertodelugetheregion.
Butifdroughtis responsibleforsomeof Chinaspricepressure,adelugeofcreditis to blameforthe rest.
Evenso, thedatadelugeis alreadystarting totransformbusiness,government,scienceandeverydaylife(see our special report in this issue).
A.D.: New Orleans after theDelugeuses drawings and text to tell about the real experiences of several Katrina survivors.
Diarrhea is already on the rise. Byrs says Ghana also has been hit hard by what she calls,thedeluge.
As individuals and businesses, we are all dealing with the impact of this datadeluge.
The ECB later faced adelugeof criticism about losing his services to their greatest rivals.
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Thedelugeof orders, most of them irrelevant, has pushed our exchanges to the breaking point.
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