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flu·ent

(flū'ent),
Relating to fluency.

fluent

/flu·ent/ (floo´int) flowing effortlessly; said of speech.

fluent

[flo̅o̅′ənt]
Etymology: L. fluens flowing
flowing effortlessly. It is said of speech.

fluency

(floo′ĕn-sē)
The ease and efficiency of speech; the production of speech without pauses, lapses, or hesitation.
fluent, adjective
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For all age groups, there has been a slight increase in the percentage who report being able to speak Welsh, but not fluently.
Denying suggestions that England had already begun playing for a draw despite the crawling scoring rate of little more than two an over, Root further said that even though they have played some tough cricket, it is not always easy to score at four an over, especially with Australia bowling well and making it hard for them to score fluently.
The most recent Welsh government figures for 2009/10 show 14,684 pupils aged five or over spoke Welsh fluently at home, or 7.
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Although this balanced approach can not be interpreted monolithically, due to the various ways that whole language and phonics can be taught and combined, learning to read fluently functions as its intrinsic goal.
She is fluently trilingual in English, French and Spanish.
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Sanctuary persistently and fluently defines the progressive and independent mind of Su, which itself is utterly thought-provoking and keenly produced with diligent and promiscuous tongue.