Definition of inflow
: a flowing in the inflow of air an inflow of funds
Examples of inflow in a Sentence
The campaign has seen a massive inflow of funds in recent months.
The vents provide improved inflow of air.
Recent Examples of inflow from the Web
The level of the water conservation areas will rise close to one inch a day with those kinds of inflows and no rain.
Some blame the EU for not acting fast enough to stop the inflow of migrants arriving from the Middle East and Africa.
Sanitary sewer dye testing of individual Big Creek Parkway homes indicated a 97-percent failure rate for infiltration and inflow, said Committee Chairman Bill Meany.
That inflow pushes up the value of the dollar, which can make U.S. exports costlier overseas.
The extra space resulted from a lower level of inflows to the three reservoirs than the Bureau anticipated, Mellema said.
As of Tuesday, the Bureau calculated a total of about 14,500 cubic feet per second of inflows to the Lucky Peak, Anderson Ranch and Arrowrock reservoirs.
Active stock managers in Australia have taken in about $914 million since January 2016, compared with the $804 in net inflows into passive funds, according to EPFR’s data.
However, free capital flows in the euro zone and in the liberal international order more broadly mean that there are few ways of stopping inflows of capital.
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Definition of inflow for English Language Learners
: a flow or movement of something into a place, organization, etc.
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