Translation of voluble in Spanish:

voluble

Pronunciation: /ˈvɑːljəbəl; ˈvɒljʊbəl/

adj

  • [speaker/supporter] locuaz; [speech/remarks] prolijo, extenso
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    • He is able; he is voluble; he's, I think, a very decent man, but again the campaign I think has not been there for him.
    • She is voluble about the support she has received from her family and friends, and the Cincinnati Zoo, whose help in sustaining the project has been crucial.
    • Nervous PR folk and man wielding a hair brush flutter around her nervously as the stunning actress is seated and rapidly surrounded by her voluble fans.
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    • I think I upheld the honour of Scotland by making a voluble speech of thanks.
    • To some extent this is a public, formal persona that is belied by the intimacy and voluble conversation shared by good friends and family members.

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