outflow
[ˈaʊtfləʊ]
NOUN
outflows (plural noun)
  1. a large amount of money, liquid, or people that moves or is transferred out of a place.
    "an outflow of foreign currency" ·
    "capital outflow took place on a very large scale"
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radiographs showed enlargement of the right heart with prominence of the pulmonary outflow tract.
capital outflow took place on a very large scale.
an outflow of foreign currency.
How to say outflow in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans uitvloei
Arabic (NOUN)تدفقا, تدفق, التدفق
Bangla স্রুত
Bosnian (Latin) odljev
Bulgarian (NOUN)отлив, изтичане
Cantonese (Traditional) 流出
Catalan (NOUN)sortida
Chinese Simplified 流出
Chinese Traditional 流出
Croatian (NOUN)odljev, odliv
Czech (NOUN)odliv, odtok, úniku
Danish (NOUN)udstrømning
Dutch (NOUN)uitstroom
Estonian (NOUN)väljavool
Filipino pag-agos
Finnish (NOUN)ulosvirtaus
French (NOUN)sortie, exode
German (NOUN)Abfluss, Ausfluß, Ebbe, Auslauf
Greek (NOUN)εκροή, φυγή
Haitian Creole ekoulman
Hebrew יצוא
Hindi (NOUN)बहिर्वाह
Hungarian (NOUN)kiáramlás, kifolyását
Icelandic frárennsli
Indonesian (NOUN)keluar
Italian (NOUN)deflusso, efflusso, esborso, fuoriuscita
Japanese (NOUN)流出, 流失, アウトフロー
Korean (NOUN)유출
Latvian (NOUN)aizplūde, izplūdes
Lithuanian (NOUN)nutekėjimą, ištekėjimo, nuotėkio
Malay (Latin) aliran keluar
Maltese ħruġ
Norwegian Bokmål utløp
Persian (NOUN)خروج, جریان
Polish (NOUN)odpływu
Portuguese (NOUN)exfluxo, efluxo, vazão, saída, escoamento
Querétaro Otomi salida
Romanian (NOUN)scurgerea, fluxului
Russian (NOUN)отток, отлива, утечки, вытекание, выходное
Serbian (Cyrillic) одводне
Serbian (Latin) odvodne
Slovak (NOUN)odliv, odtok, úbytku, úbytok
Slovenian (NOUN)odtok, odliv
Spanish (NOUN)salida
Swedish (NOUN)utflöde
Tamil வெளிப்பாய்ச்சல்
Telugu ఔట్ ఫ్లో
Thai (NOUN)กระแส
Turkish (NOUN)çıkış
Ukrainian (NOUN)відтік, відтоку, відплив
Urdu بھاؤ
Vietnamese dòng chảy
Welsh all-lif
Yucatec Maya salida
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