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fluidity

noun [U] uk   /fluˈɪd.ɪ.ti/ us    /-ə.t̬i/

fluidity noun [U] (CHANGE)

the quality of being likely to change repeatedly and unexpectedly: the fluidity of the political situation

fluidity noun [U] (MOVEMENT)

formal the quality of being smooth and continuous: Durante dances with fluidity and grace.

fluidity noun [U] (LIQUID)

(of a substance) the quality of being not solid and able to flow
Translations of “fluidity”
in Chinese (Traditional) 變化, 易變性, 不穩定性…
in Chinese (Simplified) 变化, 易变性, 不稳定性…
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