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flu·en·cy

(flū'en-sē),
The smooth flow of speech sounds in connected discourse, without interruptions or repetitions.
[L. fluentia,a flowing, fr. fluo, to flow]

fluency

The skill of using speech without undue repetitions or pauses.

flu·en·cy

(flū'ĕn-sē)
The smooth flow of speech sounds in connected discourse, without interruptions or repetitions.
[L. fluentia,a flowing, fr. fluo, to flow]

fluency

(floo′ĕn-sē)
The ease and efficiency of speech; the production of speech without pauses, lapses, or hesitation.
fluent, adjective