fluency

Do you have a way with words? Can you speak and write easily? Then you have fluency.

Fluency is a type of smoothness used most often when talking about language. You could study a language — like Spanish — for years and not really gain fluency. To have fluency — in other words, to be fluent — takes a lot of practice. Fluency can't be achieved overnight. That kind of expert use of language takes time, and it helps if you get a chance to visit a country where they speak the language you're learning.

Definitions of fluency
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n powerful and effective language

fluency in spoken and written English is essential”
Synonyms:
eloquence, smoothness
Type of:
expressive style, style
a way of expressing something (in language or art or music etc.) that is characteristic of a particular person or group of people or period

n skillfulness in speaking or writing

Antonyms:
disfluency
lack of skillfulness in speaking or writing
Type of:
skillfulness
the state of being cognitively skillful

n the quality of being facile in speech and writing

Synonyms:
articulateness, volubility
Type of:
communicativeness
the trait of being communicative

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