inflow

[in-floh]
noun
something that flows in; influx.

Origin:
1645–55; in-1 + flow

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inflow (ˈɪnˌfləʊ)
 
n
1.  something, such as a liquid or gas, that flows in
2.  the amount or rate of flowing in
3.  Also called: inflowing the act of flowing in; influx

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Example sentences
Further, a poor investment climate hampers attracting outside investment
  slowing the inflow of foreign exchange.
So, the energy leakage into the smaller-scale continuum is precisely offset by
  the anergy inflow from the larger-scale continuum.
The sharks are especially at home in areas with lots of freshwater inflow, such
  as brackish river mouths.
Such an inflow would have lubricated the fault, making it more likely that the
  two sides would slip and slide.
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