English version

be littered with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe littered with somethingbe littered with somethingLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTif something is littered with things, there are a lot of those things in it syn be full of something Recent business news has been littered with stories of companies failing. litter
Examples from the Corpus
be littered with somethingThe guide book is littered with bits of wisdom and humor.You can see that the surfaces are littered with boulders, a degree of roughness consistent with radar scattering data.Pop music history is littered with examples of out of court settlements as a result of unlicensed sampling.Blown engines, driveshaft failures, the 1,500 mile long route is littered with hard luck stories.The boats are littered with rags, tin cans, and pots.The streets were littered with smashed vehicles and glass.History, unfortunately, is littered with the consequences of such responses to unfamiliar realities.It is littered with things called pseudogenes.The sidewalks are littered with trash, the elm trees are gone.The bedroom floor was littered with wrapping papers.
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