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ef·flu·ent
[ef-loo-uhnt]
ADJECTIVE
1.
flowing out or forth.
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Effluent is an outflowing of water or gas from a natural body of water, or from a manmade structure. Effluent, in engineering, is the stream exiting a chemical ...

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Effluent comes from the Latin verb effluere, "to flow out". In an older meaning, an effluent was a stream flowing out of a river or lake. But nowadays effluent almost  ...

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Yet overall the media absolutely adores cruise-ship stories, especially if they can be connected to effluent. In Defense of Cruises: Ignore the Carnival Sewage ...

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effluent (plural effluents). A stream that flows out, such as from a lake or reservoir; an outflow; effluence. Sewage water that has been (partially) treated, and is ...

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Definition of effluent: Liquid waste flowing out of a factory, farm, commercial establishment, or a household into a water body such as a river, lake, or lagoon, or a ...

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Definition of effluent written for English Language Learners from the Merriam- Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and ...

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Aug 8, 2017 ... Effluent Guidelines are national regulatory standards for wastewater discharged to surface waters and municipal sewage treatment plants.

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If a local company is accused of dumping effluent into the water supply, then you' d better stock up on bottled water. Effluent is sewage or other waste that's ...

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a. A stream flowing out of a body of water. b. An outflow from a sewer or sewage system. c. A discharge of liquid waste, as from a factory or nuclear plant.