Definition Of flow
(of a fluid, gas, or electricity) move along or out steadily and continuously in a current or stream.
from here the river flows north
(of a solid) undergo a permanent change of shape under stress, without melting.
a steady, continuous stream of something.
she eased the car into the flow of traffic
go from one place to another in a steady stream, typically in large numbers.
the firm is hoping the orders will keep flowing in
the action or fact of moving along in a steady, continuous stream.
the flow of water into the pond
Example Of flow
a constant flow of people
a cross-current of electricity seemed to flow between them
A nuclear power reactor needs a steady flow of cooling water.
A storage pond was built to guarantee a continuous flow of water to the mill in dry periods when the water level in the stream became too low.
As the degree of dynamic recovery increases, the hot flow stress decreases and the ductility increases.