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flu·ent

 (flo͞o′ənt)
adj.
1.
a. Able to express oneself readily and effortlessly: a fluent speaker; fluent in three languages.
b. Flowing effortlessly; polished: speaks fluent Russian; gave a fluent performance of the sonata.
2. Flowing or moving smoothly; graceful: a yacht with long, fluent curves.
3. Flowing or capable of flowing; fluid.

[Latin fluēns, fluent-, present participle of fluere, to flow; see bhleu- in Indo-European roots.]

flu′en·cy n.
flu′ent·ly adv.
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fluency

(ˈfluːənsɪ)
n
the quality of being fluent, esp facility in speech or writing
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fluency - powerful and effective language; "his eloquence attracted a large congregation"; "fluency in spoken and written English is essential"; "his oily smoothness concealed his guilt from the police"
expressive style, style - a way of expressing something (in language or art or music etc.) that is characteristic of a particular person or group of people or period; "all the reporters were expected to adopt the style of the newspaper"
2.fluency - skillfulness in speaking or writing
skillfulness - the state of being cognitively skillful
disfluency - lack of skillfulness in speaking or writing
3.fluency - the quality of being facile in speech and writingfluency - the quality of being facile in speech and writing
communicativeness - the trait of being communicative
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fluency

noun
1. ability to speak or write, good command, articulateness To work as a translator, you need fluency in at least one language.
2. ease, control, facility, command, assurance, readiness, smoothness, slickness, glibness, volubility, articulateness He was praised for speeches of remarkable fluency.
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fluency

noun
Ready skill in expression:
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Translations
طَلاقَةُ اللسان
plynulost
talefærdighed
flæðiliîugleiki, orîfimi
tekoče izražanje
akıcılık

fluency

[ˈfluːənsɪ] N
1. (in foreign language) → fluidez f, soltura f
she speaks French with great fluencyhabla francés con mucha fluidez or solturadomina bien el francés
you need fluency in at least one foreign languagenecesita dominar al menos una lengua
I was impressed by his fluency in Englishme impresionó su dominio del inglés
2. (in speaking, reading, writing) → fluidez f, soltura f
3. [of movement] → soltura f
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fluency

[ˈfluːənsi] n
[speech, reading, writing] → aisance f
(in foreign language)aisance f
fluency in a language → aisance dans une langue
his fluency in French → son aisance en français
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fluency

n
(in a foreign language) → fließendes Sprechen; this job requires fluency in Germanfür diese Stelle ist fließendes Deutsch Voraussetzung; fluency in two foreign languages is a requirementdie Beherrschung von zwei Fremdsprachen ist Voraussetzung; his fluency in English is inadequateer spricht Englisch nicht fließend genug
(in one’s native language, of speaker, writer) → Gewandtheit f; (of style)Flüssigkeit f
(of movement)Flüssigkeit f
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fluency

[ˈfluːənsɪ] nfacilità, scioltezza
his fluency in English → la sua scioltezza nel parlare l'inglese
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fluent

(ˈfluənt) adjective
1. (of a language etc) smoothly and skilfully spoken. He spoke fluent French.
2. (of a person) able to express oneself easily. He is fluent in English.
ˈfluency noun
ease in speaking or expressing. Her fluency surprised her colleagues.
ˈfluently adverb
He speaks Spanish fluently.
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