Definition of inflow in English:


Syllabification: in·flow
Pronunciation: /ˈinˌflō


A large amount of money, people, or water, that moves or is transferred into a place: some enclosed seas are subject to large inflows of fresh water the firm experienced two years of cash inflow
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  • However, this can only be achieved through capital inflows into the real sector and a high-level of export volume.
  • Managing the rupee by controlling capital inflows requires targeting portfolio flows.
  • This would be done through increasing the inflow of resources to support development programmes.



noun & adjective
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  • For 750 years or more Cambridge has (with the exception of the odd revolt among the townsfolk) welcomed this seasonal human inflowing tide.
  • The maps were used to evaluate the ecological aspects of the studied ecosystem, such as the influence of inflowing rivers on the optical properties of the lake.
  • On the in breath, simply relax your stomach so that the inflowing air can effortlessly fill the empty lung space.

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