English version

strewn with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstrewn with somethingstrewn with somethingwrittenLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT containing a lot of something conversation liberally strewn with swear words strew
Examples from the Corpus
strewn with somethingHis room was strewn with books and papers.Now, outside tightly packed row houses in Boston, Cambridge and Somerville, the streets are strewn with debris.We walked across the street, which was strewn with gum wrappers and cigarette butts.The track-bed was weed-ridden and strewn with rubbish.Hyde Park was a green beach strewn with sunbathers.Lafayette Square was strewn with the stuff of deconstruction: moving vans, cherry pickers, lumber and paper.But however great their desire, the path to arms control and detente was strewn with unanticipated obstacles.Body bags lay off to one side of the big intersection, while the corridors leading off were strewn with wreckage.
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