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free-flowing

adjective uk   /ˌfriːˈfləʊ.ɪŋ/  us   /-ˈfloʊ-/
Something that is free-flowing is able to move without anything stopping it: free-flowing rivers free-flowing traffic happening or done in a continuous and natural way: a free-flowing discussion a free-flowing style of rugby easily available in large amounts: There was free-flowing champagne at the party.
Translations of “free-flowing”
in Chinese (Traditional) 可自由活動的, 自由的,順暢的, 大量可用的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可自由活动的, 自由的,顺畅的, 大量可用的…
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