noun Etymology: Medieval Latin influxus, from Latin influere Date: 1626 a coming in <
an influx of tourists

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  • influx — [ ɛ̃fly ] n. m. • 1547; bas lat. influxus → flux 1 ♦ Fluide hypothétique transmettant une force, une action. ⇒ influence. « l influx magnétique » (Baudelaire). 2 ♦ (1834) Physiol. Influx nerveux : série de phénomènes assurant la transmission de l …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • influx — INFLÚX, influxuri, s.n. 1. (fiziol.; în sintagma) Influx nervos = propagare a unei excitaţii de a lungul unei fibre nervoase. 2. (fiz.) Numărul de particule (produse de acceleratoare) care trec prin unitatea de arie a unei suprafeţe… …   Dicționar Român

  • Influx — In flux , n. [L. influxus, fr. influere, influxum, to flow in: cf. F. influx. See {Influent}.] 1. The act of flowing in; as, an influx of light. [1913 Webster] 2. A coming in; infusion; intromission; introduction; importation in abundance; also,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • influx — in‧flux [ˈɪnflʌks] noun [countable usually singular] the arrival of large numbers of people, or large amounts of money, goods etc, especially suddenly: • the annual influx of tourists • In Frankfurt, stocks rose on an influx of foreign funds. * * …   Financial and business terms

  • influx — (n.) 1620s, from Fr. influx (1540s) or directly from L.L. influxus a flowing in, from pp. stem of influere to flow in (see INFLUENCE (Cf. influence)). Originally of rivers, air, light, spiritual light, etc.; used of people from 1650s …   Etymology dictionary

  • influx — [in′fluks΄] n. [Fr < LL influxus < pp. of L influere: see INFLUENCE] 1. a) a flowing in; inflow, as of a liquid, gas, etc. b) a continual coming in of persons or things [an influx of customers] 2. the point where a body of water, as a river …   English World dictionary

  • influx — index entrance, incursion, inflow Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • influx — [n] flow, rush arrival, coming in, convergence, entrance, incursion, inflow, inpouring, inrush, introduction, inundation, invasion, penetration; concepts 159,179,786 …   New thesaurus

  • influx — ► NOUN 1) the arrival or entry of large numbers of people or things. 2) an inflow of water into a river, lake, or the sea. ORIGIN Latin influxus, from influere flow in …   English terms dictionary

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  • influx — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ great, huge, large, massive ▪ new, recent ▪ sudden ▪ rapid …   Collocations dictionary

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