- adj.流畅的; 流利的; 液态的
- 副词: fluently;
Working process is fluent and the standard of reliable product quality achieved.
College or bachelor above, fluent oral and written English.
His English then was fluent but not colloquial.
The translation is required to be fluent, concise, and utilize academic vocabulary of film reviews.
翻译后的文章需要流畅, 简洁, 并应用一些电影评论里面的专业词汇.
What you speak is more fluent than me.
With a year's time will be able to break through piecemeal English, can speak fluent English!
I am fluent in over six million forms of communication, and can readily.
She is fluent in five languages.
His Indian robes contrasted oddly with his fluent English.
For all the positions, fluent written and spoken English is a must.
I admired some students whose English was very beautiful and fluent.
Izumi's English was pretty fluent, and she could easily have read the articles herself.
She speaks fluent English.
Above CET 6, fluent English spolen, reading, writting.
英语六级以上, 具有流利的听、说 、 读 、 写、能力.
Long practice enabled that American to speak fluent Chinese.
My father speaks fluent English.
She's fluent in French and German. She also speaks a little Italian.
She's fluent in Polish.
She speaks fluent and idiomatic English.
I remain to this day fluent in Hebrew, while my Arabic is atrocious.
It is doubtful whether Tweed, even with his fluent French, passed for one of the locals.
He had emerged from being a hesitant and unsure candidate into a fluent debater.
It is doubtful whether Ted, even with his fluent French, passed for one of the locals.
Left to his own devices, Osborn is a fluent — and often original — guitarist.
She studied eight foreign languages but is fluent in only six of them.
Prii had become fluent in German during the Wehrmacht's occupation of Estonia in 1942.
He was fluent in French, having spent stretches of time in Southern France.
He is a fluent speaker of Hebrew.
1. easy and graceful in shape;
"a yacht with long, fluent curves"
2. smooth and unconstrained in movement;
"a long, smooth stride"
"the fluid motion of a cat"
"the liquid grace of a ballerina"
3. expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively;
"able to dazzle with his facile tongue"