I noun approach, arrival, coming in, entrance, entry, immigration, importation, incoming, incursion, induction, infiltration, influx, ingoing, ingress, ingression, initiation, inpour, inpouring, inroad, inrush, insertion, introduction, mtrogression, inundation, invasion, irruption, penetration, progress II index penetrate

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  • inflow — in‧flow [ˈɪnfləʊ ǁ floʊ] noun [countable] COMMERCE FINANCE a steady movement of something such as money or goods into a place, economy, activity etc: • A stable dollar and a strong economy would encourage an inflow of foreign investment. • He… …   Financial and business terms

  • Inflow — (contrasted with outflow) may refer to: *Capital inflow an economic term describing capital flowing into (or entering) a particular economy. *Inflow (hydrology) In hydrology, the source of the water in a body of water *Inflow (meteorology), in… …   Wikipedia

  • Inflow — In*flow , v. i. To flow in. Wiseman. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • inflow — (n.) 1839, from IN (Cf. in) + FLOW (Cf. flow) (n.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • inflow — [in′flō΄] n. 1. a flowing in or into 2. anything that flows in …   English World dictionary

  • inflow — [[t]ɪ̱nfloʊ[/t]] inflows N COUNT: usu N of n If there is an inflow of money or people into a place, a large amount of money or people move into a place. The Swiss wanted to discourage an inflow of foreign money. ...the inflow of immigrants from… …   English dictionary

  • inflow — UK [ˈɪnfləʊ] / US [ˈɪnˌfloʊ] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms inflow : singular inflow plural inflows an amount of something such as money or goods that comes into a place an inflow of foreign investment …   English dictionary

  • inflow — noun Date: 1839 a flowing in < the inflow of air > < an inflow of funds > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • inflow — in|flow [ˈınfləu US flou] n 1.) the movement of people, money, goods etc into a place ≠ ↑outflow inflow of ▪ an inflow of funds from abroad 2.) [singular, U] the flow of water into a place ≠ ↑outflow …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • inflow — noun a) The act of process of flowing in or into The inflow of air b) Anything which flows in or into Syn: influx Ant: outflow, outflux …   Wiktionary

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