Moreover, uneducated Americans have a competitive advantage because of their fluency in English.
Doron Avital has all the fluency of an insider when talking about Israeli commando operations deep in enemy terrain.
But fluency and being able to talk to Hispanics are two entirely different matters.
Miller certainly has fluency both around a microphone and around the big ideas that campaigns are supposed to be about.
Ned, who now began to speak Spanish with some fluency, asked.
Also it discusses local affairs with fluency and more or less point.
Meanwhile I think it's very nice and high-minded of you not to go ahead and write nothing, with great ease and fluency!
Yet his fluency never ran off into the fatal channels of verbosity.
The crowd was completely amazed at the vigor and fluency of Douglas' speech.
His manner, his voice, his diction, his fluency were alike the subject of praise.
1580s, "flowing freely" (of water, also of speech), from Latin fluentem (nominative fluens) "lax, relaxed," figuratively "flowing, fluent," present participle of fluere "to flow, stream, run, melt," from PIE *bhleugw-, extended form of *bhleu- "to swell, well up, overflow" (cf. Latin flumen "river;" Greek phluein "to boil over, bubble up," phlein "to abound"), an extension of root *bhel- (2) "to blow, inflate, swell;" see bole. Used interchangeably with fluid in Elizabethan times. Related: Fluently.