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cash flow

noun [U]  /ˈkæʃ ˌfloʊ/ us  
the rate at which money goes into, or into and out of, a business: As long as that positive cash flow continues, there'll be a need to spend it.
Translations of “cash flow”
in Chinese (Traditional) 現金流轉, 資金流轉…
in Russian движение денег…
in Turkish nakit akışı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 现金流转, 资金流转…
in Polish przepływ gotówki…
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