There are 2 translations of flow in Spanish:

flow1

Pronunciation: /fləʊ/

vi

  • 1 1.1 [liquid/electric current] fluir*; [tide] subir, crecer*; [blood] correr; (from wound) manar, salir* the Seine flows through Paris el Sena pasa por or atraviesa París the river flows into the sea el río desemboca or desagua en el mar the current was flowing strongly la corriente era muy fuerte tears flowed down her cheeks las lágrimas le corrían por las mejillas Irish blood flowed through his veins sangre irlandesa corría por sus venas
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    • I feel like low voltage electricity is flowing through my blood, gentle convulsions rippling through my skin and muscle, as my body is making its own judgment of the situation.
    • The external fuel tank, for instance, is full of oxygen and hydrogen cooled to - 400 F. to make the gases flow as liquids.
    • I plug it in, set it, and as long as there is electricity flowing through power lines, it will run forever it seems.
    1.2 (run smoothly, continuously) [traffic] circular con fluidez; [music/words] fluir* the aim is to keep the traffic flowing lo que se pretende es que el tráfico sea fluido or que circule con fluidez work is flowing (along) nicely el trabajo marcha muy bien capital has been flowing out of the industry at an alarming rate la industria se ha descapitalizado a un ritmo vertiginoso the ideas that flowed from her pen las ideas que manaban de su pluma [literario/literary] complaints/congratulations have been flowing in (nos) han llovido las quejas/felicitaciones
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    • Last Thursday, a steady trickle of supporters flowed into the stadium shop to buy tickets for today's game against Rangers at Pittodrie.
    • A steady stream of regulars too started flowing in, delighted at eating more, paying less.
    • Other assistance and offers of help keep flowing in.
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    • Wa Luruli's film has a light touch and the story flows effortlessly.
    • The names of roads, intersections, and neighbourhoods in several cities flow effortlessly from his mouth.
    • Novels seemed to flow effortlessly out of him, including masterpieces such as Crome Yellow and Point Counter Point.
    1.3 (fall loosely) [hair/dress] caer*
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    • His long black hair covered his white feathered cape, and her long black hair flowed over her white deerskin dress.
    • Her long blonde hair flowed over her shoulders and the tight black leather outfit showed off her aforementioned attributes quite well.
    • Dark hair flowed over her shoulders, down to the small of her back.
  • 2 (be plentiful) correr como agua the wine was flowing when we arrived cuando llegamos el vino corría como agua a land flowing with milk and honey [Bib] una tierra que mana (en) leche y miel
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    • Logically, all OEMs covet a piece of the prestige markets as that is where the money flows in great quantities.
    • There is more information available, more information flowing.
    • The production models are now flowing and available for purchase, and we were pleased to get one of the first production units available.
  • 3 (derive, follow) [formal] to flow from sth derivarse de algo
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    • No breach of a Convention right has been alleged to arise as a result of the consequences flowing from the mistakes which were made in these cases.
    • In our submission, that directly flows from the result of the decision in Lim.
    • The principal point in issue flows from the fact that Braymist, the vendor, was not in existence at the time the agreement was signed.

Phrasal verbs

flow over

v + adv
(extend) to flow over (into sth) extenderse* (a algo)

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Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province. Most comunidades autónomas comunidad autónoma comprise at least two or more

There are 2 translations of flow in Spanish:

flow2

n

  • 1 u 1.1 (of liquid, current) flujo (m), circulación (f) to prevent the flow of blood from a wound impedir* que mane or salga la sangre de una herida rate of flow caudal (m) a free flow of air is vital es indispensable una buena ventilación or que circule bien el aire 1.2 (of traffic) circulación (f); (of information, knowledge) circulación (f) the recession halted the flow of capital la recesión frenó el movimiento de capital he was interrupted in full flow lo interrumpieron en pleno discurso it interrupted her flow of thought interrumpió el hilo de sus ideas to go with the flow [colloquial/familiar] dejarse arrastrar or llevar por la corriente he just went with the flow of the music se dejó llevar por la música
  • 2 2.1 c (stream — of water, lava) corriente (f); (— of abuse) torrente (m) 2.2 u (menstrual) flujo (m) 2.3 u (of tide) flujo (m), subida (f) the ebb and flow of the tide el flujo y reflujo (de la marea)
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    • They would not have had to worry about the river flow at all.
    • They will also use the tide flow to kite away from you.
    • Remember that the ray will use their width broadside against the tide during the fight and you need the power to drag them back against the tide flow.
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    • The tap was left running and the steady flow of water crept across the wooden floor.
    • And so firefighters were at the ready with what they dubbed a foam attack, a steady flow of foam and water to blanket the blaze and hopefully smother it.
    • Further reading turns up that a steady flow of water acted as a moderator for the reaction, keeping it at a low but steady burn in a sustained reaction.
  • 3 u (of narrative, music) fluidez (f); (of material, fabric) caída (f)
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    • His intensity is constant, the flow of words an eternal torrent.
    • In the staging area of an overseas theater of operations, the flow of supplies competes with the flow of vehicles to add to congestion and confusion.
    • In wartime, the amount of stocks in any area might be affected by air raid damage, or the flow of supplies might be reduced temporarily by transport difficulties.

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Word of the day merienda
f
afternoon snack …
Cultural fact of the day

Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province. Most comunidades autónomas comunidad autónoma comprise at least two or more