English version

a torrent of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha torrent of somethinga torrent of somethingLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTa lot of words spoken quickly, especially in order to insult or criticize someone syn stream When I asked him to move, he unleashed a torrent of abuse.a torrent of Greek/Italian etc The woman poured out a torrent of Italian. torrent
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a torrent of somethingHe worried a story about him would draw a torrent of invitations from bookstores eager to have him in for holiday publicity.As he started to talk seriously, Giap exploded in a torrent of words.The growth of the farm-raised game movement brings with it a torrent of discussion.The criminal grand jury decided in October not to charge Washington, setting off a torrent of criticism in the black community.This produced a torrent of words but little effective action.Staggering over my own threshold again released a torrent of emotions.In fact, behind the gags there's a torrent of strong feelings.But former Rangers star Ferguson was having to put up with a torrent of abuse.
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