- n.洪水; 泛滥; 倾盆大雨
- vt.使淹没; 使泛滥
- 第三人称单数: deluges;
- 过去式: deluged;
- 过去分词: deluged;
- 现在分词: deluging;
A deluge of electronic information may overwhelm American civil justice.
A deluge of personal revelation followedand the programme earned a huge following.
Rubber boats and a helicopter were used to evacuate people stranded by the deluge.
The rain came then: a sudden deluge which pounded on the roof and agaist the windows.
The Deluge sweeps over the Earth; the Anunnaki witness the total destruction from their orbiting spacecraft.
Minds are being fried by a deluge of meaningless information!
They deluge Washington with proposals to break deadlocks.
After me [ us ] the deluge.
身后之事由它去吧 ( (不关我的事 ) ).
A heavy deluge in 1957 again washed everything away.
The singer was overwhelmed by the deluge of the fan mail.
Automatic deluge system development until now, technology already quite mature.
The success of this device was, however, lost in the deluge of disaster.
You could see him now, in this deluge of distraction.
When the snow melts, the mountain stream becomes a deluge.
Maintaining perspective amid a deluge of information and change.
He will also leave a ark before Deluge.
A deluge of personal revelation followed and the programme earned a huge following.
He confused me with a deluge of polite words.
I got caught in the deluge on the way home.
The newspaper received deluge of letters and phone calls about the article.
They can wash over me in a deluge or softly as a light mist.
This little stream can become a deluge when it rains heavily.
The spring thaw caused the river to deluge the region.
This can cut both ways, with drought and deluge increasing, as we predicted in 1995.
The deluge was so torrential that even the wet tyres could not provide sufficient grip.
After me the deluge.
About a dozen homes were damaged in the deluge.
A deluge of manuscripts began to arrive in the post.
This has brought a deluge of criticism.
1. an overwhelming number or amount;
"a flood of requests"
"a torrent of abuse"
2. a heavy rain
3. the rising of a body of water and its overflowing onto normally dry land;
"plains fertilized by annual inundations"
1. fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid;
"the basement was inundated after the storm"
"The images flooded his mind"
2. charge someone with too many tasks
3. fill or cover completely, usually with water
diluvial 冲积的, 大洪水的
diluvian 冲积的, 大洪水的