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fluent

adjective Etymology: Latin fluent-, fluens, present participle of fluere — more at fluid Date: 1585 1. a. capable of flowing ; fluid b. capable of moving with ease and grace <
the fluent body of a dancer
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2. a. capable of using a language easily and accurately <
fluent in Spanish
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<
a fluent writer
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b. effortlessly smooth and flowing ; polished <
a fluent performance
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<
spoke in fluent English
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c. having or showing mastery of a subject or skill <
fluent in math
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fluently adverb

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