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Reflux

Re´flux`   Pronunciation: r?´fl?ks`
a.1.Returning, or flowing back; reflex; as, reflux action.
n.1.A flowing back, as the return of a fluid; ebb; reaction; as, the flux and reflux of the tides.
All from me
Shall with a fierce reflux on me redound.
- Milton.
Noun1.reflux - an abnormal backward flow of body fluids
2.reflux - the outward flow of the tide
Synonyms: ebb
Pronunciation: (REE-fluks)

A condition that occurs when gastric juices or small amounts of food from the stomach flow back into the esophagus and mouth. Also called regurgitation.

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