fluency
noun
1. (verbal ability) 
a. la fluidez (F) 
I met an Englishman who spoke Basque with impressive fluency.Conocí a un inglés que hablaba euskera con una fluidez impresionante.
b. la soltura (F) 
It's important to deliver a speech with poise and fluency.Es importante pronunciar un discurso con aplomo y soltura.
2. (ease of movement) 
a. la soltura (F) 
She is a dancer known for her fluency and grace.Es una bailarina reconocida por su soltura y elegancia.
fluency
Noun
1. (general) 
a. la fluidez (F) 
fluency in French requiredse requiere dominio del francés
fluency [ˈfluːənsɪ]
noun
1 (in foreign language) fluidez (f); soltura (f)
she speaks French with great fluency habla francés con mucha fluidez or soltura; domina bien el francés; you need fluency in at least one foreign language necesita dominar al menos una lengua; I was impressed by his fluency in English me impresionó su dominio del inglés
I didn't think much of his fluency in English
2 (in speaking, reading, writing) fluidez (f); soltura (f)
for a child of her age she speaks with great fluency he spoke with great fluency on the issue of capital punishment
3 [of movement] soltura (f)
there is a fluency in her dancing he moves with great fluency
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