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English Word: fluently

Spanish Word: con soltura
The Spanish Word for fluently
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Translated sentences containing 'fluently'
to speak fluently
Hablar con fluidez
to speak fluently
hablar con fluidez

Indeed, it is our duty to be ambitious and to demand that all our young people are able to speak another language fluently, offering them bilingual education whenever possible.
En efecto, tenemos un deber de ambición y de exigencia, a saber, que todos nuestros jóvenes hablen con fluidez otra lengua, ofreciéndoles siempre que sea posible una enseñanza bilingüe.
It will also be necessary to make it work smoothly and fluently, keeping a watchful eye open for any laundering of dirty money.
Habrá que convertir la operatividad en fluida y sencilla y prestar atención al blanqueo de dinero.
However, there can be no trade-off between the two, the clause and the softer revision procedures needed for a Constitution to work well and fluently in practice.
Sin embargo, no puede haber un mercadeo entre la cláusula «pasarela» y los procedimientos de revisión más suaves, necesarios para que la Constitución funcione bien y con agilidad en la práctica.
For example, chauvinism and unilingualism: nearly 50% of European citizens are only able to speak fluently their own language.
Mostrar tolerancia con las diferencias históricas y culturales sería el primer paso para que los europeos compartan sus valores con otros países y culturas de todo el mundo.
(GA) Mr President, my colleague Mr Seán Ó Neachtain speaks Irish fluently.
(GA) Señor Presidente, mi compañero, el señor Seán Ó Neachtain, habla irlandés con fluidez.
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