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flume
American English: /flum/
British English: /fluːm/

Translation of flume in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The flume recirculates both water and sediment in order to provide a continuous supply of heterogeneous sand particles under steady flow conditions during the course of each experiment.
    • Often the animals were placed in water flumes and required to swim continuously against a current generated by a pump.
    • According to Pearl, Pennoyer constructed a flume that carried stream water to the site for washing out and screening crystals.

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