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Efflux



[ef-luhks] /ˈɛf lʌks/

noun
1.
outward flow, as of water.
2.
something that flows out; effluence.
3.
a passing or lapse of time.
4.
a passing away; expiration; ending.
n.

1640s, from Latin effluxus, past participle of effluere (see effluence).

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