The continuously downstream flow of water in a river, resulting from the tendency of water to move downhill toward sea level. Flow of water, both as a phenomenon and as a vector (usually qualified by adjectives like downward, littoral, tidal, etc. to show relation to a pattern of movement) The amount of electricity moving through a conductive material such as a wire.
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