influx :

Search Words
You can search or browse for words

influx

influhks

  • n  the process of flowing in

  • At Manchester, the influx of Asian and African students spawned a deeper interest in learning about the economies of their nations.
  • Detroit's population decrease would have been even more drastic but for an influx of white and Negro workers from the South.
  • Duran attributes the xenophobic displays at soccer games to the country's recent influx of immigrants a function both of Spain's recent economic success and its declining .
News & Articles

Quotes

  • Manouchehr Mottaki in Times Online
    As the death toll from clashes between demonstrators and security forces continued to rise, Manouchehr Mottaki told diplomats: "Great Britain has plotted against the presidential election for more than two years. We witnessed an influx of people...
  • Teixeira in 940 News
    Over the next few years we will have a consistent influx of investments. The 2014 World Cup will enable Brazil to have a modern infrastructure,Teixeira said. "In social terms will be very beneficial. Our objective is to make Brazil become...
  • Nick Fry in Guardian Unlimited
    Formula One does need a new influx of young people,said Fry, whose own team has one of the older drivers in 34-year-old Brazilian Rubens Barrichello. "We've got that with Lewis, Kubica and Kovalainen. But there's a number of drivers in...

Bee Dictionary: Search, browse, look at common errors, idioms and more.