Events are in a state of flux.
The market is in a constant state of flux.
Things have been in a state of flux since father's death.
Lynn Margulis calls this fluxing, dynamically persistent state "homeorhesis" -- the honing in on a moving point.
These graduates haven't found jobs yet; to them everything is in a state of flux.
(be) in a state of flux and reflux
潮涨潮落状态; [喻](人、事)荣枯, 盛衰
Handbook of Micrometeorology: A Guide for Surface Flux Measurement and Analysis.
For example, the Capacity of Jet Fanin tunnel,the flux distribution and resistance loss in the chimney.
Pinic acid is prepared from a-pinene and used as active component of fluxes in electronic industry.
The critical heat flux (CHF) of subcooled boiling is theoretically predicted by using the microlayer model.
The fate and transport fluxes of chlordecone in air,water,sediment and soil were estimated using the Equilibrium Criterion(EQC)model.
The two-dimensional axisymmetric subsonic-transonic-supersonic flow in an experimental arcjet thruster is simulated numerically using flux vector splitting method.
For convenience in application, RA series of fluxes, in which pinic acid is the main active component, were prepared.
Mass fluxes of different elements are calculated using data from TAG hydrotherm area in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge for the first time.
Edges effect of phytocoenosis was distinct and the mass flow and energy flux on the edge were bigger than those in center.
The extract of Sophora japonica L. was processed by inorganic ceramic membrane, and the whole solid, effective ingredinent and flux of mebrane were examined.
The variation of varve thickness may show a decrease of sediment flux during the Little Ice Age, and an increase of sediment flux after 1960s.
Everything is in constant flux and movement, nothing is abiding.
America's nuclear arsenal is constantly in flux.
A magnetic flux rope is sort of like a slinky.
In Iceland the landscape itself is still in a state of flux.
Parmenides realized, of course, that nature is in a constant state of flux.
Just now, every case is freighted with precedent-setting significance, perhaps because attitudes are in flux.
And I have tried to apprehend the Pythagorean power by which number holds away above the flux.
The seascape is in constant flux as broken ice is moved on by winds and currents.
" Most I did well, but I got flux on a few of them, " she recalled.
" 大多数我都做得不错，可是有几被我滴上了助焊剂。" 她说。
And I have tried to comprehend the Pythagorean power by which number holds sway above the flux.
Sometimes magnetic fields can twist plasma in the Sun's atmosphere into majestic helical shapes called " flux ropes" .
But when you're looking at the debt and the deficit that causes it, the numbers are always in flux.
Hormonal fluxes cause similar fine-tuning in the adolescent brain-and hormones might be the culprit for these changes as well.
But look deep into the atomic structure of any of them, and you'll see a world in constant flux.
At China's stage of development, this may not be a bad thing, because the economy's capital-intensity is still in flux.
The weather is constantly in flux. A low pressure system allows moist air to rise, cool and form rain clouds.
And as always, I'm the one who gets fluxed.
而跟平常一样 最后被" 超" 的都是我。
No, it's just, um... we're a bit more in flux.
Everything's in flux, don't you think?
What's next? - We create a chemical flux