Definition of outflux in English:

outflux

Line breaks: out|flux
Pronunciation: /ˈaʊtflʌks
 
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noun

An exit or flowing out of a large amount of a substance or a large number of people: a major outflux of gas the outflux of refugees
More example sentences
  • Not many clubs give out long-term contracts so you'll see an influx and outflux every year.
  • You're having a massive outflux of girls from rural areas moving to the garment factories.
  • While the outflux of so many Edmonton musicians is alarming, DeMarco says he didn't leave because he thought the city was impeding his success.

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