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flood
[fluhd]
NOUN
1.
a great flowing or overflowing of water, especially over land not usually submerged.
2.
any great outpouring or stream: a flood of tears.
3.
the universal deluge recorded as having occurred in the days of Noah. Gen. 7.
4.
the rise or flowing in of the tide (ebb).
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A flood is an overflow of water that submerges land that is usually dry. The European Union (EU) Floods Directive defines a flood as a covering by water of land ...

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Flooding is a common natural disaster, and also very common in many places where rains fall. What causes it and what are the types? Find out more.

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Definition of flood: A temporary overflow of a normally dry area due to overflow of a body of water, unusual buildup, runoff of surface waters, or abnormal erosion ...

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In November 2011, the Australian Government introduced a standard definition of flood for certain insurance policies. The announcement was part of the ...

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Basic information about flooding, from the NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory.

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1a : a rising and overflowing of a body of water especially onto normally dry land The flood inundated the whole area.; also : a condition of overflowing rivers in ...

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Flood definition, a great flowing or overflowing of water, especially over land not usually submerged. See more.