Influx Meaning in Portuguese – o influxo, a afluência, o afluxo . Noun. Besides Influx – English to Portuguese Dictionary, know the definition, synonyms, antonyms etc. Also know uses in a sentence, translation or translate and other uses of it.
Definition of Influx
- an arrival or entry of large numbers of people or things.
- a flowing or coming in
- inflow of water into a river, lake, or the sea.
invasion, intrusion, inrush, stream, income, affluence, ingress, flux, inpouring, rush, flood, inflow, incursion, inundation.
flight, emigration, outflow, effluence, efflux, outpouring, exodus.
Influx meaning in Portuguese
o influxo, a afluência, o afluxo
Influx in a Sentence
- The influx of refugees irritated the residents of Pusan.
- Turkey is expecting an influx of several thousand refugees over the next few days.
- The company has had a sudden influx of capital.
- A critical factor appears to be the enhanced influx of external calcium which is taken up by the stores with two consequences.
- In fact, the hotel has received a large influx of guests.
- The festival is accompanied by a huge influx of tourists.
- The city is preparing for a large influx of tourists this summer.
- During the 18th century there was a great influx of English colonists, and in 1714 the first English church was erected.
- In fact, the influx of tourists has reached its summer peak.
- Despite this seemingly unattractive situation, there was a large influx of mining companies prospecting in the country in the late sixties.
- They didn’t know how they were going to cope with the sudden influx of refugees.
- The influx of winter visitors adds to the wealth of the city.
- It is probably as much to do with an influx of younger golfers and a falling away of the old guard.
- Canada, despite all its recent influx of NBA talent, is currently No.
- The sudden influx of visitors is straining hotels in the town to the limit.
- In the changed post-war conditions there was a great influx of civil servants into the political parties.
- The country sealed its borders to prevent the influx of illegal immigrants.
- Textile workers favoured protection because they feared an influx of cheap cloth.