Meaning of SWAMP in English

n. 1 bog, fen, marsh, quagmire, morass, moor, Chiefly literary slough, Scots and No. Eng. dialect moss, So. US everglade The draining of swamps destroys the breeding places of mosquitoes

v. 2 overwhelm, overcome, flood, inundate, submerge, immerse, deluge, overload, overtax, overburden, Colloq snow under I'm so swamped with work I'm sleeping at the office 3 scuttle, sink, founder A huge wave swamped the boat and she sank quickly

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