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Ever since, she’s made sure to vote, even though the native Khmer speaker isn’t fluent in English.

Best of all, in my quest to get more fluent, I’m making lots of interesting new friends to share with all of you.

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Covid-19 has also taught us that becoming fluent in and open to new technology to collaborate and run the business is more important than ever.

He was fluent in the language of the merchant, and many of his interlocutors were craftsmen and small business owners.

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Thanks to BLANC, Primer was able to train a summarization tool that can generate pretty fluent summaries.

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To work at Rizzoli you had to be fluent in several languages: three was the minimum when I began.

As fluent in drug trade jargon as Martian, Future peppers his lyrics with interstellar imagery befitting of his far out vocals.

A more recent phenomenon in the political universe is politicians of Hispanic heritage who are not fluent in Spanish.

The Telegraph reports that he is fluent in Swahili and a keen zoologist.

The conversation was entirely in Russian—Weir is impressively fluent.

Cui spoke of it as a beautiful, talented, fluent work, which showed originality and invention.

Although not a fluent reader, the New Testament became his constant companion, and a change passed over him apparent to all.

He gradually became more fluent, and studied how best to impress his comrades.

Practice makes perfect, for I spoke to them more or less in fluent French!

Francesca is fluent at all times, but once seated on the foot of my bed she becomes eloquent!


On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fluent, such as: eloquent, persuasive, talkative, vocal, chatty, and cogent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.