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in·flux

 (ĭn′flŭks′)
n.
1. A flowing in: an influx of foreign capital.
2. A mass arrival or incoming: an influx of visitors to the city; large influxes of refugees.

[Late Latin īnflūxus, from Latin, past participle of īnfluere, to flow in; see influence.]
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influx

(ˈɪnˌflʌks)
n
1. the arrival or entry of many people or things
2. the act of flowing in; inflow
3. (Physical Geography) the mouth of a stream or river
[C17: from Late Latin influxus, from influere; see influence]
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in•flux

(ˈɪnˌflʌks)

n.
1. an act of flowing in; inflow.
2. the arrival of people or things, esp. in large numbers: an influx of tourists.
3. the place at which one stream flows into another or into the sea.
[1620–30; < New Latin or Medieval Latin influxus, v. noun of Latin influere to flow in]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.influx - the process of flowing in
flow - any uninterrupted stream or discharge
inpour, inpouring, inrush - an inflow; "an inpouring of spiritual comfort"
effluence, efflux, outflow - the process of flowing out
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influx

noun arrival, flow, rush, invasion, convergence, inflow, incursion, inundation, inrush problems caused by the influx of refugees
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Translations
تَدَفُّق
příval
strømtilstrømning
beáramlás
innstreymi; straumur, aîsókn
pieplūdums
akımakındoluşmaüşüşme

influx

[ˈɪnflʌks] N [of people] → afluencia f; [of objects, ideas] → flujo m (Mech) → aflujo m, entrada f
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influx

[ˈɪnflʌks] n [people, immigrants] → afflux m; [money, capital, investments] → afflux m; [products, materials] → afflux
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influx

n
(of capital, shares, foreign goods)Zufuhr f; (of people)Zustrom m, → Andrang m; (of ideas etc)Zufluss m
= inflow a
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influx

[ˈɪnflʌks] n (of people, objects) → afflusso; (of ideas) → flusso
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influx

(ˈinflaks) noun
an arrival of something in great quantities or numbers. an influx of tourists.
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The arrival marks one of the biggest influxes since Italy struck a deal with Libyan authorities to reduce migrant smuggling, drawing vehement criticism from aid agencies, who say that the human rights situation in Libya is heavily compromised.
IF/IF Khadugli, May.3 (SUNA) - Commissioner of Abu- jebeiha Locality, South Kordofan, Gadim Babiker Adam accompanied by the security committee inspected, Wednesday, the new influxes of the refugees of South Sudan State in Jadeed Camp, 97 km, in the borders with South Sudan .
Alms highlighted that the situation is unusual, noting that in the past there has been a "direct analog" between offensives within Syria and influxes of refugees into Lebanon.