- n.沼泽（地）; 湿地
- vt.淹没; 使沉没; 使陷入困难; 忙得不可开交
- 复数: swamps;
- 第三人称单数: swamps;
- 过去式: swamped;
- 过去分词: swamped;
- 现在分词: swamping;
- 形容词: swampy;
Draining and reinforcing material for reclaiming seabeach and swamp.
The two of them now a superstitious swamp devil, humming, hovering, and plowing through the miasma.
他和蜜蜂犹如迷信里的沼泽魔鬼, 嗡嗡叫着, 盘旋着, 在瘴气中翻腾.
The swamp teems with mosquitoes.
In the swamp the army was beset by mosquitoes.
The swamp has standing pools of water.
Similar works, and opening works, his band mix of swamp, " Metamorphosis ( a copy of error ). "
类似的作品, 还有开场作品, 沼泽乐队自己混音的《变形记 ( 之拷贝出错 ) 》.
Qilihai wetland is the core of Tianjin Ancient Seacoast and Swamp Reserve in China.
So I dragged him across the cotton field to share the beauty of Old Woman Swamp.
The farmer reclaimed the swamp by draining it.
Their company is in a financial swamp.
The Rallosian Army seemed endless, extending as far into the swamp as his eyes could see.
The water in the swamp is foul.
The fort flanked on a swamp.
But the general aspect of the swamp was malignant.
The soldiers became bogged in the swamp.
Jove laughed at their and into the swamp a huge Log , which came downrplashto the swamp.
That's a decision that , all by itself, will swamp any emission reductions elsewhere.
This time look for a Inn on the left side of the swamp.
Is that something from a swamp?
那是来自沼泽的东西 么 ?
The swamp water was colored by the leachings of gum, cypress, maple, and juniper.
沼泽的水因橡胶树 、 柏树 、 枫树 、 杜松树之滤出物而带有颜色.
Once they railed the swamp travel increased tremendously.
When the stork got to the swamp, it ate up all of the frogs.
It's quite rare to see a swamp up at such a high elevation.
The constitution and generation of peat swamp system are discussed in this paper.
My parents always swamp me with questions about my life in America.
He led them to the home of the terrible swamp monster.
In the swamp we were beset by mosquitoes.
Elephants were often to be found in swamp in eastern Kenya around the Tana River.
1. low land that is seasonally flooded; has more woody plants than a marsh and better drainage than a bog
2. a situation fraught with difficulties and imponderables;
"he was trapped in a medical swamp"
1. drench or submerge or be drenched or submerged;
"The tsunami swamped every boat in the harbor"
2. fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid;
"the basement was inundated after the storm"
"The images flooded his mind"
沼泽 "又称 :沼泽(marsh,mire) " 土壤经常为水饱和，地表长期或暂时积水，生长湿生和沼生植物，下层有泥炭累积或虽无泥炭累积但有潜育层存在的地段。