inundar

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Borrowed from English inundateFrench inonderItalian inondareSpanish inundar.

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inundar (present inundas, past inundis, future inundos, conditional inundus, imperative inundez)

  1. (transitive, also figuratively) inundate, overflow, flood, swamp

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inundar (first-person singular present indicative inundo, past participle inundado)

  1. (of water or a body of water) to flood
  2. (figuratively) to flood (to provide with a large number of quantity)

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Spanish[edit]

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inundar (first-person singular present inundo, first-person singular preterite inundé, past participle inundado)

  1. to inundate

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