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Definition of outflow noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



outflow (of something/somebody) (from something)
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the movement of a large amount of money, liquid, people, etc. out of a place There was a capital outflow of $22 billion in 2008. a steady outflow of oil from the tank the outflow of refugees opposite inflow
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