Definition of conflux in English:

conflux

Syllabification: con·flux
Pronunciation: /ˈkänˌfləks
 
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noun

Another term for confluence.
More example sentences
  • The corrupt and opulent nobles of Rome gratified every vice that could be collected from the might conflux of nations and manners, they lived without restraint in the patient and humble society of their slaves and parasites.
  • A world which is ‘conceived and grasped as picture’ distinguishes itself in terms of the conflux of absence in seeming presence.
  • With their resolved conflux of curves and jutting appendages, the sculptures emulate the darting intricacies of active vision.

Origin

early 17th century: from late Latin confluxus, from con- 'together' + fluxus (see flux).

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