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We'll see a new influx of money. The Sun (2016)Yet an influx of new arrivals can also place a great strain on local resources. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The huge cash influx has raised fears of rampant corruption and financial mismanagement. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This immigrant influx makes it so easy for them. The Sun (2015)Conservatives fear that a large influx might cost them the election. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Can such an influx of players destabilise a club? Times, Sunday Times (2008)She said the huge influx had put huge pressure on public services. The Sun (2012)Another big change is the influx of foreign players. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Schools hit by a sudden influx of migrant pupils will get extra language teachers. The Sun (2009)But the influx is so huge camps exceeded capacity weeks ago. The Sun (2015)Hungary has had a huge influx of migrants this year and their arrival is stirring resentment and hostility. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is also the region which has seen some of the biggest influx of immigrants over the last decade. The Sun (2010)There Augustine comforted and cared for the influx of refugees. Christianity Today (2000)The institutes highlighted the potential benefits of the record influx of refugees to Germany. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Part of the answer is simply that the influx is large by European standards. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's part of a new trend that has seen a huge influx of young people into the pub and brewing trade. The Sun (2015)A large influx of young recruits joined them, many weak from malnutrition. Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445 (2007)
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British English: influx NOUN
An influx of people or things into a place is their arrival there in large numbers.
...problems caused by the influx of refugees.
Definition of influx from the Collins English Dictionary
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