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flow from (something)
1. To stream or pour out of some thing or place. I'm no plumber, but all of the water flowing from that pipe doesn't seem like a good sign.
2. To arise from or be triggered by something. I don't know, we started chatting, and the conversation just flowed from there—I looked up and two hours had passed!
flow from something
to run out from something. The blood flowed from the wound on his hand and stained his shirt. The oil flowed from the cracked engine and made a mess on the floor.
To originate in and develop from something; stem from: The second paragraph does not flow from the first in logical sequence. Many interesting discussions flowed from our initial conversation.