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flow from sth

phrasal verb with flow uk   us   /fləʊ/ verb [I]
to be the direct result of an activity, decision, or policy: The job losses will flow from a global overhaul of the company. Benefits flowing from foreign investment are shared between both the investor and the domestic economy.
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