- 1.1 (in speech, writing) fluidez (f), soltura (f) she speaks French with great fluency habla francés con mucha fluidez or soltura fluency in Basic/French is mandatory es imprescindible poseer dominio de Basic/del francésMore example sentences1.2 (in movement) soltura (f), fluidez (f)
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- Even the US Supreme Court, unrenowned for its fluency in articulating harms, has recognized that fact.
- He possessed an artist's intuition and a fluency with articulate meanings.
- But then in his post-victory remarks, the candidate went on and on and on, boringly, without the lift and eloquence and fluency of even his opponent.
- But fluency and cohesion are qualities that take time to develop and a clutch of new recruits, drafted in almost at one go, are unlikely to hit it off straight away.
- Thus far this has been every bit as entertaining as I'd feared - no quality, no fluency.
- Somewhere in between, Pankaj had one opportunity but by then his natural fluency and rhythm had been shattered and his contribution terminated at 15.
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In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.