ETYM Old Eng. flod a flowing, stream, flood, AS. flôd; akin to Dutch vloed, OS. flôd, Old High Germ. fluot, German flut, Icel. flôth, Swed. and Dan. flod, Goth. flôdus; from the root of Eng. flow. Related to Flow.
1. The rising of a body of water and its overflowing onto normally dry land; SYN. inundation, deluge.
2. The act of flooding; filling to overflowing.
3. An overwhelming number or amount; SYN. deluge, torrent.
4. A large flow; SYN. overflow, outpouring.
5. A source of artificial illumination having a broad beam; used in photography; SYN. floodlight, flood lamp, photoflood.
6. The inward flow of the tide; -Shakespeare.
Razliv, izlivanje, plavljenje, potop.
Manji vodeni tok, manja tekuća voda.
Poplava velikih razmera.
1. To become filled to overflowing
2. To cover with liquid, usually water
3. To supply with an excess of; SYN. oversupply.