Spanish Word for fluent  

English Word: fluent

Spanish Word: fluido
The Spanish Word for fluent
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For the job you are applying, it is very important to speak fluent Spanish.
En el puesto de trabajo para el que optas, es muy importante dominar el Español.

You are a fluent Spanish speaker.
Es usted un perfecto castellanohablante.
My own Greek is not so very fluent, Mr President, but I am doing my best.
Mi «griego» no es aún tan fluido, señor Presidente, pero me esfuerzo.
As a fluent speaker of Arabic, I can assure you that the translation is correct.
Hablo el árabe con fluidez y puedo asegurarles que la traducción es correcta.
It is incredible that the President should be forced to use a language she is not fluent in.
Es increíble que a la Presidenta le impongan un idioma que no domina.
Every merchant’s apprentice was expected to be fluent in the four local languages.
Todos los aprendices de mercader tenían que dominar las cuatro lenguas locales.
They are failing to develop a fluent discourse about European affairs, or to act as a conduit between the European national, regional and local levels.
No desarrollan un discurso fluido sobre asuntos europeos o no están actuando de conducto entre los ámbitos europeo, nacional, regional y local.
In my constituency there are many people of Italian origin, one of whom is a teacher and, obviously, a fluent Italian speaker.
En mi circunscripción viven muchas personas de origen italiano, una de las cuales es un profesor y, como es lógico, habla perfectamente italiano.
They will perhaps be more fluent in another European language, they will have encountered a new culture and created new contacts.
Quizá dominen otro idioma europeo, quizá hayan encontrado una nueva cultura y hayan establecido nuevos contactos.
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