- rhuglyn rhugl
Adjective(1) smooth and unconstrained in movement(2) expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively
(1) Immaculately dressed, he is courteous rather than friendly, and speaks fluent English with an unmistakably French accent.(2) Are they fluent in both official languages of our land?(3) She spoke fluent French and German, and some Swedish, Italian, and Russian, which greatly increased her effectiveness at international conferences.(4) For those not proficient in the local language there is no need to worry, a vast majority of the locals speak very fluent English and are usually only too happy to put it into practise.(5) It points out that fluent speakers have fallen from 250,000 over 80 years ago to under 30,000 today.(6) A lot of the problem is that Henry is not a very fluent speaker.(7) It even asks if you prefer a male or female planner and whether you want one fluent in a foreign language.(8) The uncredited Japanese actress who plays Noriko clearly doesn't speak fluent English, and seems to be delivering her lines phonetically.(9) No formal qualifications are needed for the posts but applicants must speak excellent English and be fluent in the foreign language.(10) The elf smiled, concentrating for a moment, then glanced up, tracing one hand across invisible arcane symbols in graceful, fluent motions.(11) They were both fluent in sign language and were able to maintain a loving relationship for over 60 years.(12) Living in a foreign land, not being fluent in the language, yet still being able to communicate can be quite an accomplishment.(13) My agility was natural and fluent as liquid, while Jimmy's was practiced and not even nearly perfected.(14) Franklin Roosevelt spoke fluent French and German and worked to create the United Nations, but no one doubted that his allegiance was to America above all.(15) These performances of the three late sonatas too have a fine, confident sweep and display Pizarro's easy, fluent virtuosity.(16) Darnell talked for two minutes and said a lot less than a fluent speaker could have communicated in three sentences├ö├ç┬¬
(1) fluent speaker :: siaradwr rhugl
1. articulate ::
2. free-flowing ::
rhad ac am ddim-llifo
3. smooth-spoken ::
4. fluid ::
1. inarticulate ::
Different Formsfluent, fluently
Word Example from TV Shows
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Once you're FLUENT, you'll have a
billion more people to annoy instead of me.
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