Noun(1) the process of flowing in
(1) War would not only sever these supplies, but would also provoke a big influx of refugees.(2) Placing cells in a hypoosmotic environment leads to the influx of water into the cell.(3) Where are the massive influx of new shoppers heading to the Moors Centre going to park?(4) York has also the tourist network to deal with the massive influx in numbers crowding the city's hotels.(5) It is already acknowledged there will be a massive influx of the gipsy population of these countries.(6) Thus, osmolytes are needed to provide the driving force for water influx to increase turgor.(7) Cell division is followed by the influx of water, which drives cell extension.(8) a massive influx of refugees from front-line areas(9) With a massive influx of new cheap, inbound flights this year, visitors will find the city is tops for shopping and history.(10) Finally, the bulk flow that drives translocation requires the influx of water into sieve elements.(11) a massive influx of tourists(12) The report shows civil servants are making contingency plans for an influx of 14m new arrivals.(13) Such an influx of refugees did a great deal to anger the respective governments of those countries that took in the refugees.(14) The influx of ├ö├ç├┐tax refugees├ö├ç├û would make it even harder for Scots to study close to home.(15) The UN was yesterday preparing for a massive refugee influx into the border region.(16) This melting of the ice caps causes an influx of fresh water into the salt water of the world's oceans.
(1) influx :: זֶרֶם
(2) in :: ב
(3) flux :: שֶׁטֶף
2. inflow ::
1. outflow ::
2. outpouring ::
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