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af·flu·en·cy (ăf′lo͞o′ən-sē, ə-flo͞o′-)
af•flu•ence (ˈæf lu əns or, sometimes, əˈflu-)
1. abundance of money; wealth.
2. an abundant supply; profusion.
3. a flowing to or toward some point; afflux.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French < Latin]
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