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Spanish translation of “flow”

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flow

verb /fləu/
to move along in the way that water does
fluir
The river flowed into the sea.
(of the tide) to rise
subir
The boat left the harbour/harbor when the tide began to flow.
flow chart noun a diagram that uses lines and symbols to show how the different stages in a process or parts of a system are connected to each other
organigrama
a flow chart illustrating the different stages of the manufacturing process.
(Definition of flow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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