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  • flu´ent|ness — flu|ent «FLOO uhnt», adjective. 1. flowing smoothly or easily: »Long practice enabled the American to speak fluent French. 2. speaking or writing easily and rapidly: »a fluent speaker. Fluent children are often also good readers. 3. not fixed or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • flu´ent|ly — flu|ent «FLOO uhnt», adjective. 1. flowing smoothly or easily: »Long practice enabled the American to speak fluent French. 2. speaking or writing easily and rapidly: »a fluent speaker. Fluent children are often also good readers. 3. not fixed or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • flu|ent — «FLOO uhnt», adjective. 1. flowing smoothly or easily: »Long practice enabled the American to speak fluent French. 2. speaking or writing easily and rapidly: »a fluent speaker. Fluent children are often also good readers. 3. not fixed or stable;… …   Useful english dictionary


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