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flow

verb [I]
 
 
/fləʊ/
if money, goods, etc. flow, they move from one company, organization, or place to another in large amounts: Capital must flow freely around the world in order to ensure international prosperity.flow in/out/back As revenue comes in it will flow back to investors.flow into/through/out of sth The money flowing into online advertising today is largely from direct marketing companies.
if discussions or ideas flow, people talk and exchange information in a relaxed way: Ideas flow more easily in an atmosphere of trust.
(Definition of flow verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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