effluent vs outflowing what difference

what is difference between effluent and outflowing

English

Etymology

From French effluent, from Latin effluens, effluentis.

Adjective

effluent (not comparable)

  1. Flowing out; outflowing.

Noun

effluent (plural effluents)

  1. A stream that flows out, such as from a lake or reservoir; an outflow; effluence.
  2. Sewage water that has been (partially) treated, and is released into a natural body of water; a flow of any liquid waste.

Translations


French

Adjective

effluent (feminine singular effluente, masculine plural effluents, feminine plural effluentes)

  1. effluent

Noun

effluent m (plural effluents)

  1. effluent

Latin

Verb

effluent

  1. third-person plural future active indicative of effluō


English

Etymology

out- +‎ flowing

Adjective

outflowing (not comparable)

  1. flowing out

Noun

outflowing (plural outflowings)

  1. The act of something flowing out.
    • 1865, Alexander MacLeod, The judgment books (page 17)
      We are accustomed to connect the death of Christ with the outflowings of His mercy []

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