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Multiple Meanings
fluent

She is fluent in three languages.
able to easily comprehend and express; or expressed smoothly — especially in a foreign language

Much more rarely (seen in classic literature), fluent can mean smooth or flowing — as in:  "fluent as the flight of a swallow" or "the fluent lines on the yacht" or Shakespeare’s "fluent as the sea".
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