flow

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  • Another example is the flow of air over an aircraft wing.
  • The flow of cold, gray mountain water continues for some distance into the lake.
  • In still others, the current is entirely due to positive charge flow.
  • The rate of flow was increased and the ground water level fell significantly.
  • The ice flows generally to the coast from the centre of the island.
  • The current flows at a rate of about four km per hour.
  • In effect, the air flows in a completely different direction on the other model.
  • The name was also given to the river that flows almost all the way across the state.
  • It is named for the river flowing along part of its eastern border.
  • He is also noted for developing the two-step flow of communication model.
  • Labor-power might be seen as a stock which can produce a flow of labor.
  • This would only be possible if heat flowed into/out of the system.
  • The river is the longest in the world to flow entirely within one country.
  • Production is a flow and thus a rate of output per period of time.
  • The river's flow is also measured at several other points in its course.
  • Thus changes in flow direction and speed are directly caused by the non-uniform pressure.
  • In the process, they cut through the ridges rather than flow around them.
  • A discovery well began flowing at the rate of of oil per day.
  • The water flow in a stream can vary widely from season to season.
  • If the flow is sufficient, it will then cycle at least once.
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Meaning of flow

  • noun The motion characteristic of fluids (liquids or gases)
  • noun The amount of fluid that flows in a given time
  • noun The act of flowing or streaming; continuous progression
  • noun Any uninterrupted stream or discharge
  • verb Move or progress freely as if in a stream
    The crowd flowed out of the stadium
  • verb Cause to flow
    The artist flowed the washes on the paper
  • verb Be abundantly present
    The champagne flowed at the wedding
  • verb Cover or swamp with water