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deluge

  
      n  
   (=downpour)   déluge    m     
→ The rain turned to a deluge.        
     (fig)  
(=flood)  

a deluge of sth      un déluge de qch  
→ ... a deluge of petitions to the Tsar.        
      vt     (fig)  
to be deluged with sth        [+phone calls, requests]   être submergé (e)   de qch, être submergé (e)   par qch  
→ the government will soon be deluged with requests from thousands of people.        
→ who was deluged with more than 300 e-mails and 100 telephone calls        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
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delude, deluded, delouse, de luxe

deluge n.
déluge

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
inondation
exp.
un déluge de qch
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'deluge' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
exp.
the Deluge
n.
deluge ; Flood
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"deluge": examples and translations in context
51-strong deluge of Spanish titles at Madrid de Cine Un déluge de titres espagnols au Madrid de Cine
The 2010 deluge caused less damage because rains fell over a longer period. Le déluge de 2010 a causé moins de dommages parce que la pluie a tombé plus longtemps.
3:43 The first of these is the deluge of video that drones produce. 3:43 La première des raisons est le déluge de vidéos que les drones produisent.
The deluge swamped an already flood-weary community. Le déluge s'est abattu sur une collectivité déjà lassée des inondations.
Imagine a deluge of rain pelting down on water-logged ground. Imaginez un déluge sur un sol détrempé.
The “Blitz” showed the inner strength and courage of British civilians as they endured a deluge of bombs day and night. Le « blitz » illustre la force morale et le courage des civils britanniques, sur lesquels s'abat, nuit et jour, une avalanche de bombes.
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