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American English: /ˈfluənt/
British English: /ˈfluːənt/

Translation of fluent in Spanish:


  • 1 (in languages) to be fluent in Italian
    hablar italiano con fluidez or soltura
    fluent Cobol programmers required
    se necesitan programadores con dominio de Cobol
    she spoke in fluent Urdu
    habló con fluidez en urdu
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    Example sentences
    • Darnell talked for two minutes and said a lot less than a fluent speaker could have communicated in three sentences…
    • By that definition, only a handful of fluent speakers remains.
    • It points out that fluent speakers have fallen from 250,000 over 80 years ago to under 30,000 today.
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    Example sentences
    • He left ECM in 1985, so this compilation covers the first decade of his career: the melodies are fresh; the solos are fluent and graceful.
    • His piano playing is smooth, fluent and inventive and the band, when given room to breathe, turn in some fine playing.
    • The elf smiled, concentrating for a moment, then glanced up, tracing one hand across invisible arcane symbols in graceful, fluent motions.
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