Flood

To cover a printed page with ink, varnish, or plastic coating.
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Flood

(1) Period when tide level is rising; often taken to mean the flood current which occurs during this period. (2) A flow above the CARRYING CAPACITY of a CHANNEL.
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Flood

Meaning as a surname: Stream/gutter.
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flood

[n] - an overwhelming number or amount 2. [n] - the rising of a body of water and its overflowing onto normally dry land 3. [n] - the inward flow of the tide 4. [n] - light that is a source of artificial illumination having a broad beam 5. [n] - the act of flooding 6. [n] - a large flow 7. [v] - supply with an excess
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Flood

To print a sheet completely with an ink or varnish. Also called painting the sheet.
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flood

1. to drive oil from a reservoir into a well by injecting water under pressure into the reservoir formation. See waterflooding. 2. to drown out a well with water.
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Flood

Flood: See: 1. Flood readiness; 2. Flood supplies kit; 3. Flood warning; 4. Flood aftermath.
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Flood

Flood noun [ Middle English flod a flowing, stream, flood, Anglo-Saxon flōd ; akin to Dutch vloed , Old Saxon flōd , Old High German fluot , German flut , Icelandic flōð , Swedish & Danish flod , Goth. flōdus
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Flood

Flood transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Flooded ; present participle & verbal noun Flooding .] 1. To overflow; to inundate; to deluge; as, the swollen river flooded the valley. 2. To cause or permit to
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flood

1. To bleed profusely from the uterus, as after childbirth or in cases of menorrhagia. ... 2. Colloquialism for a profuse menstrual discharge. ... Origin: A.S. Flod ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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flood

flowage noun the act of flooding; filling to overflowing
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flood

floodlight noun light that is a source of artificial illumination having a broad beam; used in photography
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flood

oversupply verb supply with an excess of; `flood the market with tennis shoes`; `Glut the country with cheap imports from the Orient`
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flood

verb cover with liquid, usually water; `The swollen river flooded the village`; `The broken vein had flooded blood in her eyes`
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flood

outpouring noun a large flow
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Flood

• (v. i.) A great flow or stream of any fluid substance; as, a flood of light; a flood of lava; hence, a great quantity widely diffused; an overflowing; a superabundance; as, a flood of bank notes; a flood of paper currency. • (v. t.) To overflow; to inundate; to deluge; as, the swollen river flooded the valley. • (v. i.) A great flo
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flood

high-water stage in which water overflows its natural or artificial banks onto normally dry land, such as a river inundating its floodplain. The ... [61 related articles]
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Flood

A floodlight: a lantern which gives a wide-spreading, unfocused beam of light. These can be symmetric (i.e. casting the light equally in all directions) or asymmetric (casting it more in one direction than the others). The symmetric flood is probably the cheapest stage lantern - and the least useful!
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Flood

Inundation of a land surface that is not normally submerged by water from quick change in the level of a water body like a lake, stream, or ocean.
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Flood

The widest beam spread on a lensed light. (Lighting)
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FLOOD

A incoming current
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FLOOD

High water flow or an overflow of rivers or streams from their natural or artificial banks, inundating adjacent low lying areas.
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Flood

A incoming current.
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Flood

To cover a sheet with ink or varnish.
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flood

flood, inundation of land by the rise and overflow of a body of water. Floods occur most commonly when water from heavy rainfall, from melting ice and snow, or from a combination of these exceeds the carrying capacity of the river system, lake, or ocean into which it runs. Usually the combined flow ...
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