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influx

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɪnflʌks/
the arrival of a lot of people or things at the same time: [usually singular] The 1990s saw an influx of foreign players into British football.Arrivals and departures
Translations of “influx”
in Spanish afluencia…
in French afflux…
in German das Einströmen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 湧進, 匯集…
in Russian наплыв…
in Turkish doluşma, üşüşme, akın…
in Chinese (Simplified) 涌进, 汇集…
in Polish napływ…
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