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voluble

adjective /ˈvoljubəl/
(formal ) (of a person) talking a lot or talking rapidly, especially with enthusiasm about something
locuaz
She was particularly voluble on the need to achieve this goal.
(formal) (of speech) expressed quickly and in many words
prolijo
Jim listened patiently to her voluble complaints.
volubly adverb
prolijamente, loquaçment
He spoke volubly about his days growing up in South Africa.
Translations of “voluble”
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…
(Definition of voluble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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