Translation of influx in Spanish:

influx

Pronunciation: /ˈɪnflʌks/

n

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  • (of people) afluencia (f); (of goods) entrada (f); (of ideas) llegada (f)
    More example sentences
    • Iran has had to endure 20 years of coping with massive influxes of Afghan refugees fleeing the Soviet invasion and the subsequent civil wars.
    • The report shows civil servants are making contingency plans for an influx of 14m new arrivals.
    • The UN was yesterday preparing for a massive refugee influx into the border region.

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