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to exchange / exchange / communication / interaction / to have social contact (with sb)
HSK 4
(of a contagious disease etc) to spread / to propagate / (of a style of clothing, song etc) popular / fashionable
HSK 4
fluent
HSK 4
to spread / to circulate / to hand down
HSK 5
to alternate / to take turns
HSK 5
to shed tears
HSK 5
tide / current / trend
HSK 6
main stream (of a river) / fig. the essential point / main viewpoint of a matter / mainstream (culture etc)
HSK 6
to circulate / to distribute / circulation / distribution
HSK 6
rogue / hoodlum / gangster / immoral behavior
HSK 6
to drift about / to wander / to roam / nomadic / homeless / unsettled (e.g. population) / vagrant
HSK 6
top quality / front ranking
HSK 6
to reveal (indirectly, implicitly) / to show (interest, contempt etc) by means of one's actions, tone of voice etc
HSK 6
tributary (river)
HSK 6
course / stream / sequence of processes / work flow in manufacturing
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  *流* | 流* | *流
to flow / to disseminate / to circulate or spread / to move or drift / to degenerate / to banish or send into exile / stream of water or sth resembling one / class, rate or grade
distribution (business) / logistics
to flow / to circulate / to go from place to place / to be mobile / (of assets) liquid
cash flow
traffic / rate of traffic flow
to stream (online)
to force into exile / to be exiled / in exile
flow rate / rate / throughput / site traffic (Internet)
river / CL: 條|条
to flow steadily / direct current (DC)
flu / influenza
(Tw) highway interchange / (fig.) channel of communication
pop music
cash flow
outflow / to flow out / to drain
the spread of Korean cultural products (TV dramas, pop music etc) to other countries / Korean Wave
to flow back / reflux / circumfluence / refluence / backward flow / returning flow (e.g. of talent)
stream of people / abortion / abbr. for 人工流產|人工流产
to flow out / to disgorge / to effuse
(of rivers etc) to converge / convergence
bypass
flowing (of speech, writing) / fluent / smooth and easy
flu shot / influenza vaccination
flow chart
streaming media
to skim / to browse
to flow backwards / reverse flow
stream of air / airflow / slipstream / draft / breath / turbulence (of aircraft)
tassels
convection
to be on the move / to roam or wander / to circulate (of goods or capital)
(of time) to pass / to elapse
fluid
direct current
to have a miscarriage / miscarriage / to fail / to fall through
fleeting time / horoscope for the year
rectifier (transforming alternating electric current to direct current)
to exile / to banish / to deport / to float (logs) downstream
to sweat
strong current / CL:
to flow
(linguistics) flow of speech
stream
meteor / shooting star
rumor / gossip / to spread rumors
gentry / celebrities
quicksand
epidemiology
electric current
tramp / wanderer
to wander about destitute / to be stranded
(of soil etc) to wash away / to be eroded / (fig.) (of talented staff, followers of a religious faith, investment funds etc) to go elsewhere / to fail to be retained
to loiter (i.e. reluctant to leave) / to linger on
to bleed / to shed blood
a powerful current / a flood (often fig., e.g. a flood of ideas)
assembly line / (computing) pipeline
flow chart
fresh air / draft
workflow
upper class / high society
stray dog
to roam all over the place / to go into every nook and corner / to infiltrate / (of criminals, enemies etc) to be on the run / to flee and try to hide
cheeks streaming with tears (idiom)
to overflow / transverse flow / to flow over / cross flow
to sweat profusely (idiom) / drenched in sweat
flowing / shifting / fluidity / mobility / liquidity (of funds)
rivers of blood (idiom) / bloodbath
lit. head broken and blood flowing / fig. badly bruised
kitchen counter (generally including sink, food preparation area and gas range) (Tw)
lit. source is distant and the flow is long (idiom); fig. sth goes back to the dim and distant past / a lot of water has flowed under the bridge since then
alternating current
to float on the current / to drift along or about / rafting
to flow and change / development and change (of society)
to drift with the waves and go with the flow (idiom); to follow the crowd blindly
to flow into / to drift into / influx / inflow
undercurrent
to let one's eyes rove
destitute and homeless (idiom); forced from one's home and wandering about / displaced
cultural exchange
lit. thin streams flow forever / fig. economy will get you a long way / to work steadily at something little by little
fortunes rise and fall / times change
lumen (unit of light flux) (loanword)
river basin / valley / drainage area
manifold (math.)
current asset

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