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Synonyms for flow

Synonyms for flow

to move freely as a liquid

to pass or pour out

to come forth or emit in abundance

to proceed with ease, especially of expression

to be abundantly filled or richly supplied

something suggestive of running water

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the amount of fluid that flows in a given time

the act of flowing or streaming

something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously

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dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas

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the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause

move or progress freely as if in a stream

be abundantly present

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fall or flow in a certain way

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cover or swamp with water

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undergo menstruation

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At relatively high pressures and flow rates for horizontal or vertical flow, the flow pattern could be mist, where all the liquid flows in small droplets entrained in the gas.
Working capital tied up in cash flow is quickly being seen as a "hidden reservoir" of efficiencies that can be tapped to fund growth strategies, such as capital expansion.
Between 1984 and 2003, more than 100 landslides or other debris flows occurred in the Grand Canyon.
On a similar note, packaging future life insurance company cash flows and selling them to the capital markets (life insurance securitizations) is creating a marketable security for the investor while raising capital for the insurer.
Pump size and the combination of flow, head, and pump speed.
In Integrative Yoga Therapy, we say that virtually any ailment can be healed by correcting the flow of breathing.
Too many of the production castings contained voids and porosity due to air trapped between two metal flow fronts.
Although the localized flows are different for the two rotor wings, wing length can compensate for the lower flow rates per the unit wing length observed with the distributive rotor wing.
Highly sheared, hotter, less viscous material flows in an annular ring along the channel walls surrounding low-shear, cooler, more viscous laminates flowing in the center of the channel.
Growth must be profitable to be of value, profitable enough to generate healthy free cash flows - that is, the money left over after subtracting expenses, taxes, and capital investment from revenues.
The expected amounts and timing of a set of future cash flows that constitutes an asset or a liability, such as those from a bond.
AEI's operating assets have a relatively stable base of revenues and cash flows as more than 90% of its revenues are either from contracted Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) or from regulated energy businesses.
in which warning signs were most evident in their cash flow statements--the investment community has tempered its fixation on earnings per share in favor of a greater reliance on cash flows.
However, the core blowing system is tailored for particle flows where the characteristics of individual particles are important, such as in sand or lost foam bead flows.
Various flow mechanisms for viscous fiber suspensions were explored and compared with the established flow mechanisms in conventional fiber-water flows.