- 1.1 (flooded) to be awash (
withsth) estar* inundado ( dealgo)More example sentences1.2 (full of) to be awash
- At the end of 2000, York was reduced to a sandbag city, hit by unprecedented levels of rain and awash with flood water.
- The gutters were awash with dirty soot-flecked water, rushing down the storm-drain.
- And as the winter rains pour down, the camp is awash with sewage and rubbish.
withsth estar* lleno dealgo, rebosar algoMore example sentences
- The room is a beehive, awash with noise.
- He has five years left at the helm of a government awash with oil revenues.
- Just today I heard from someone who came to see me in my office just exactly how awash with cash Government departments are.
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The Chilean presidential palace in the capital, Santiago, is called Palacio de la Moneda.