outflow

  1. the unwanted discharge of a fluid from some container
  2. the process of flowing out
  3. a natural flow of ground water

Outflow

Those leaving the Armed Forces or Civil Service for any reason. Those who rejoin and then leave again will be counted twice if the time period includes both exit dates.

outflow

[n] - the process of flowing out
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Outflow

The increase in air velocity behind an airscrew produced by its rotation.
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Outflow

Out'flow` noun A flowing out; efflux.
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Outflow

Out·flow' intransitive verb To flow out. Campbell.
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outflow

effluence noun the process of flowing out
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Outflow

• (v. i.) To flow out. • (n.) A flowing out; efflux.
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outflow

(from the article `weather forecasting`) ...that the inflow near the ground is more or less balanced by a circulation upward and outward aloft. Indeed, for a cyclone to intensify, which ...
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Outflow

See capital outflow.
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OUTFLOW

Also referred to as an outflow boundary, it is the outward flow of air from a system, such as a thunderstorm. It is the result of cold downdrafts and its passage includes a wind shift and temperature drop. Related terms: bubble high and meso high
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Outflow

The outward flow of air from a weather system. From a thunderstorm, it is the result of cold downdrafts, and its passage includes a wind shift and temperature drop. On the Canadian Pacific Coast, an outflow usually describes the movement of cold air off the continent through mountain passes and over coastal waters.
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Outflow

[meteorology] Outflow, in meteorology, is air that flows outwards from a storm system. It is associated with ridging, or anticyclonic flow. In the low levels of the troposphere, outflow radiates from thunderstorms in the form of a wedge of rain-cooled air, which is visible as a thin rope-like cloud on weather satellite imagery or a fine lin...
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Outflow

(Outwash) The off-treadway ditch portion of a drainage structure, intended to remove all water from the trail.
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Outflow

The water that is released from a project during the specified period.
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Outflow

Air that flows outward from a thunderstorm.
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Outflow

Air that flows outward from a thunderstorm.
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OUTFLOW

Air that flow outward from a thunderstorm.
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Outflow

Also referred to as an outflow boundary, it is the outward flow of air from a system, such as a thun
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