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flow [flows] (the rising movement of the tide)
noun
[UK: fləʊ]
[US: ˈfloʊ]

flux◼◼◼nom [m]

flow [flows] (the movement of a fluid)
noun
[UK: fləʊ]
[US: ˈfloʊ]

flux◼◼◼nom [m]

écoulement◼◼◼nom [m]

flow [flowed, flowed, flowing, flows] (to move as a fluid)
verb
[UK: fləʊ]
[US: ˈfloʊ]

couler◼◼◻verbe

flow [flowed, flowed, flowing, flows] verb
[UK: fləʊ]
[US: ˈfloʊ]

[used more for spurt] jaillirverbe

flow chart [flow charts] (schematic representation of a process)
noun
[UK: fləʊ tʃɑːt]
[US: ˈfloʊ ˈtʃɑːrt]

organigramme◼◼◼nom [m]

logigrammenom [m]

algorigrammenom [m]

flower box (flower container)
noun

jardinière◼◼◼nom [f]

flower head (cluster of florets)
noun

capitule◼◼◼nom [m]

flowerbed (place where flowers are grown)
noun
[UK: ˈflaʊə.bed]
[US: ˈflaʊə.bed]

parterre de fleurs◼◼◼nom [m]

flowering plant (common term for an "angiosperm")
noun

plante à fleurs◼◼◼nom [f]

flowerpot [flowerpots] (container in which plants are grown)
noun
[UK: ˈflaʊə.pɒt]
[US: ˈflaʊər.ˌpɑːt]

pot de fleur◼◼◼nom [m]

flowery (of a speech or piece of writing)
adjective
[UK: ˈflaʊə.ri]
[US: ˈflaʊə.ri]

fleuri◼◼◼adjectif

flowery (decorated with flowers)
adjective
[UK: ˈflaʊə.ri]
[US: ˈflaʊə.ri]

fleuri◼◼◼adjectif

Flowery Kingdom (China)
proper noun

Empire des Fleursnom propre

Terre des Fleursnom propre

flowmeter (device for measuring flow)
noun

débitmètre◼◼◼nom [m]

fly [flew, flown, flying, flies] (to cause to travel through the air)
verb
[UK: flaɪ fluː fləʊn]
[US: ˈflaɪ ˈfluː ˈfloʊn]

(aircraft)◼◼◼verbe

(kite)◼◼◻verbe

bellflower (plant of genus Campanula)
noun
[UK: bel ˈflaʊə(r)]
[US: ˈbel ˈflaʊər]

campanule◼◼◼nom [f]

Bill Gates' flower fly (a species of fly)
noun

éristale de Gatesnom

cash flow (stream of funds)
noun
[UK: kæʃ fləʊ]
[US: ˈkæʃ ˈfloʊ]

flux de trésorerie◼◼◼nom [m]

cauliflower [cauliflowers] (edible head of a cauliflower plant)
noun
[UK: ˈkɒ.lɪ.flaʊə(r)]
[US: ˈkɑː.lə.ˌflɑː.wər]

chou-fleur◼◼◼nom [m]

cauliflower [cauliflowers] (vegetable)
noun
[UK: ˈkɒ.lɪ.flaʊə(r)]
[US: ˈkɑː.lə.ˌflɑː.wər]

chou-fleur◼◼◼nom [m]

cauliflower ear [cauliflower ears] (swollen and deformed outer ear)
noun

oreille en chou-fleur◼◼◼nom

cornflower [cornflowers] (Centaurea cyanus)
noun
[UK: ˈkɔːn.flaʊə(r)]
[US: ˈkɔːrn.ˌflɑː.wər]

bleuet◼◼◼nom [m]

centaurée bleuet◼◻◻nom [m]

aubifoin [dated]nom [m]

deflower [deflowered, deflowered, deflowering, deflowers] (to take the virginity of a woman or girl)
verb
[UK: diː.ˈflaʊə(r)]
[US: diː.ˈflaʊər]

déflorer◼◼◼verbe

dépuceler◼◼◼verbe

ebb and flow (flowing out and in of the tide)
noun
[UK: eb ənd fləʊ]
[US: ˈeb ænd ˈfloʊ]

flux et reflux◼◼◼nom

globeflower [globeflowers] (plant of the genus Trollius)
noun
[UK: ˈgləʊbˌflaʊə]
[US: ˈgləʊbˌflaʊə]

trolle◼◼◼nom [m]

go with the flow (to act as others are acting)
verb

faire comme tout le monde◼◼◼verbe

inflow [inflows] (a flow in)
noun
[UK: ˈɪn.fləʊ]
[US: ˈɪnˌflo.ʊ]

afflux◼◼◼nom [m]

monkeyflower (plant of the genus Mimulus)
noun

mimule◼◼◼nom [f]

moonflower (Ipomoea alba)
noun

fleur de lune◼◼◼nom [f]

outflow [outflows] (Process of flowing out)
noun
[UK: ˈaʊt.fləʊ]
[US: ˈaʊtˌflo.ʊ]

sortie◼◼◼nom [f]

overflow [overflows] (spillage)
noun
[UK: ˌəʊv.ə.ˈfləʊ]
[US: ˈovərˌflo.ʊ]

débordement◼◼◼nom [m]

overflow [overflowed, overflowed, overflowing, overflows] (to fill beyond the limits of)
verb
[UK: ˌəʊv.ə.ˈfləʊ]
[US: ˈovərˌflo.ʊ]

déborder◼◼◼verbe

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