Hindi translation of flow
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Word forms: flows, flowing, flowed
Definitions and Translations
1. intransitive verb, countable noun
If a liquid, gas, or electrical current flows somewhere, it moves there steadily and continuously. This movement is called a flow.
⇒ A stream flowed gently down into the valley. ⇒ ...increases in blood flow.
⇒ flow into a place ⇒ water/blood flows ⇒ a current flows ⇒ flow freely ⇒ a flow of something ⇒ a gas/air/water/lava flows ⇒ the blood flow ⇒ a steady/constant/strong/free flow
2. intransitive verb, singular noun
If a number of people or things flow from one place to another, they move there steadily in large groups. This movement is called a flow.
उमड़ पड़ना/प्रवाह mn
⇒ Refugees continue to flow from Sudan. ⇒ ...the flow of cars and buses along the street.
⇒ flow into/throughout a place ⇒ a flow of something ⇒ a steady/constant/free flow
3. intransitive verb, singular noun
If information or money flows somewhere, it moves freely between people or organizations. This movement is called a flow.
प्रवाहित होना/प्रवाह mn
⇒ A lot of this information flowed through other police departments. ⇒ ...a change to control the flow of information.
4. intransitive verb
If someone's hair or clothing flows, it hangs freely and loosely. [literary]
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Example Sentences Including 'flow'
The Soviets supplied Finland with all its oil -- in return for a flow of Finnish manufactured goods.Cover Story
He waited patiently for the flow to ease, coughing from time to time in the smoky air.Double Deceit
Quickly, Lirael visualized the Charter, then reached into its eternal flow to pull out the three marks she needed.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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'flow' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَتَدَفَّقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fluir
- Chinese: 流动
- Croatian: teći
- Czech: proudit
- Danish: strømme
- Dutch: stromen
- European Spanish: fluir
- Finnish: virrata
- French: couler cours d’eau
- German: fließen
- Greek: κυλώ
- Italian: scorrere
- Japanese: 流れる
- Korean: 흐르다
- Norwegian: strømme
- Polish: popłynąć płynąć
- Portuguese: fluir
- Romanian: a curge
- Russian: течь
- Spanish: fluir
- Swedish: flyta
- Thai: ไหล
- Turkish: akmak
- Ukrainian: текти
- Vietnamese: chảy
Translation of flow from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary