flow with

flow with (something)

To move through someone or something, as of a liquid. I would never be able to fight in a war like Joe did—that guy's veins must flow with ice water. The streets were flowing with lava after that volcanic eruption.
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flow with something

to have some liquid coursing on the surface or within someone or something. The sewers were flowing with the floodwaters. Her veins must flow with ice water. She is so cold.
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One of the biggest problems encountered in measuring natural gas flows occurs when liquids flow with the gas.
Attempting to meter wet gas flow with a gas flow meter can cause many problems.
The expected increase in current flow with increase in carbon black surface area is illustrated in figure 2.