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voluble

adjective uk   /ˈvɒl.jʊ.bl̩/ us    /ˈvɑːl-/ formal
speaking a lot, with confidence and enthusiasm: Many see Parker as the obvious leader, whose voluble style works well on TV. expressed in many words: It's not often that one hears such voluble praise for this government.
volubly
adverb uk   /-bli/ us  
Translations of “voluble”
in Spanish locuaz, prolijo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 健談的, 侃侃而談的, 能言善辯的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 健谈的, 侃侃而谈的, 能言善辩的…
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