Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Swamp"

The meaning of "Swamp" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm swamped mean?
A: You’re busy, or somethings taking up a lot of your time.

Examples:
“ I was so swamped at work today”

“Just a second, I’m swamped right now”
Q: What does swamp mean?
A: a swamp is a landscape where crocodiles live
Q: What does swamp mean?
A: land that is always wet and oftenpartly covered with water
Q: What does draining swamps mean?
A: swamp = a place in the nature where rain/water collects
draining= to remove/reduce the amount of water

Example sentences using "Swamp"

Q: Please show me example sentences with swamped
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Q: Please show me example sentences with I'm swamped .
A: I'm swamped=I've got a lot on my plate (from your other question)
Q: Please show me example sentences with swamp(swamped).
A: then you'd use it to say something along the lines of, "I'm completely swamped." It just means you are very busy and may even feel a bit overwhelmed.
Q: Please show me example sentences with swamp.
A: I am swamped.
Q: Please show me example sentences with swamped with.
A: I'm swamped with work. The house was swamped with bugs. I've been swamped with homework lately so I've a little bit busy. I'm swamped with stuff that I don't want to do. I'm always swamped with games that I want to play although I have no time!

Synonyms of "Swamp" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I’m swamped. and I'm busy. ?
A: ‘Swamped’ makes it sound like you have many things to do and gives the impression that you are drowning in work/chores, ‘busy’ is pretty vague but they essentially mean the same thing. Busy is more formal though
Q: What is the difference between swamp and marsh ?
A: A swamp is a kind of wetland environment with a lot of different kinds of plant life, including different types of trees. A marsh does not have trees, but is still covered in wetland plants.
Q: What is the difference between swamp and marsh and Everglades ?
A: Swamp and marsh are almost the same.

Swamp is used more often in warmer places.

Marsh is often used in more northern, cooler places.

The Everglades is the name of a specific swamp in Florida.

Translations of "Swamp"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? swamped
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Other questions about "Swamp"

Q: The swamp was too dangerous, so we came around it. does this sound natural?
A: The swamp was too dangerous, so we went around it.
Q: I’m swamped these days.
24hours is short for me. does this sound natural?
A: Wow. Sounding like a native ㅎㅎㅎ
Though I do prefer 24hours with a space
"24 hours"
Q: You have to be more careful here because there are a few swamps. does this sound natural?
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Q: Crossing those swamps was an ordeal. does this sound natural?
A: Those swamps were an ordeal to cross.

Those swamps were difficult to cross.

Those swamps were painfully difficult to cross.

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