1. a great flowing or overflowing of water, especially over land not usually submerged.
2. any great outpouring or stream: a flood of tears.
3. the Flood, the universal deluge recorded as having occurred in the days of Noah. Gen. 7.
4. the rise or flowing in of the tide ( opposed to ebb ).
5. a floodlight.
Flood: Definition: overwhelming flow, quantity
Synonyms: abundance, alluvion, bore, bounty, cataclysm, cataract, current, deluge, downpour, drencher, drift, eager, excess, flow, flux, freshet, glut, inundation, multitude, niagara, outgushing, outpouring, overflow, plenty, pour, profusion, rush, spate, stream, superabundance, superfluity, surge, surplus, tide, torrent, tsunami, wave
The capital city of Indonesia is home to almost 20 million people, and it is prone to heavy flooding during the rainy season. The season runs from about October to April, and is largely because of construction that leaves little room for runoff, an undeveloped sewer system, and waterways clogged with trash. The heaviest rains tend to occur in January and February.
Let’s just hope things will be better quickly.