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influx noun

ADJ. great, huge, large, massive, vast | small | new | sudden | continuing | steady | daily the daily influx of sightseers to the city

VERB + INFLUX have, receive The hotel has received a large influx of guests. | prevent The country sealed its borders to prevent the influx of illegal immigrants. | cope with They didn't know how they were going to cope with the sudden influx of refugees.

PREP. ~ into/to a massive influx of foreign tourists into London