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1Flowing or surging floodwaters; a moving deluge of water; a tempestuous sea.
2Oil Industry. Flooding of a well with water, especially as a means of secondary recovery; an instance of this. Frequently attributive Compare water flooding.
Old English; earliest use found in Andreas. From water + flood.
water flood/ˈwɔːtə flʌd/
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