氾濫：when water spills out of a river 洪水：when roads or lands in a lower area are covered with water because it rains too much 浸水：when water flowing on the ground from heavy rain comes into houses or buildings 増水：when the amount of water in a river increases because of heavy rain
Here's an example passage that includes the four words. 「昨日からの大雨により"増水"した川が、先ほど"氾濫"した。また、土地の低いところでは"洪水"が起きており、少なくとも130棟が"浸水"の被害にあっている。」
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