Definition of Outflow. Meaning of Outflow. Synonyms of Outflow

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Definition of Outflow

Outflow
Outflow Out"flow`, n. A flowing out; efflux.
Outflow
Outflow Out*flow", v. i. To flow out. --Campbell.

Meaning of Outflow from wikipedia

- An outflow boundary, also known as a gust front, is a storm-scale or mesoscale boundary separating thunderstorm-cooled air (outflow) from the surrounding...
- Outflow may refer to: Capital outflow, the capital leaving a particular economy Bipolar outflow, in astronomy, two continuous flows of gas from the poles...
- Capital outflow is an economic term describing capital flowing out of (or leaving) a particular economy. Outflowing capital can caused by any number of...
- Outflow, in meteorology, is air that flows outwards from a storm system. It is ****ociated with ridging, or anticyclonic flow. In the low levels of the...
- A ventricular outflow tract is a portion of either the left ventricle or right ventricle of the heart through which blood p****es in order to enter the...
- A ventricular outflow tract obstruction is one type of congenital heart defect in which either the right or left ventricular outflow tract is blocked or...
- A bipolar outflow comprises two continuous flows of gas from the poles of a star. Bipolar outflows may be ****ociated with protostars (young, forming stars)...
- Net capital outflow (NCO) is the net flow of funds being invested abroad by a country during a certain period of time (usually a year). A positive NCO...
- Outflow channels are extremely long, wide swathes of scoured ground on Mars, They extend many hundreds of kilometers in length and are typically greater...
- A river mouth is the part of a river where the river debouches into a larger body of water, such as another river, a lake/reservoir, a bay/gulf, a sea...
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