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fluid /fluid/
  • tính từ
    • lỏng, dễ cháy
    • hay thay đổi
      • fluid opinion: ý kiến hay thay đổi
    • (quân sự) di động (mặt trận...)
    • danh từ
      • chất lỏng (gồm chất nước và chất khí)
    Concise Dictionary
    fluids'fluːɪd
    noun
    +a substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure
    +a continuous amorphous substance that tends to flow and to conform to the outline of its container: a liquid or a gas
    adj.
    +subject to change; variable
    +characteristic of a fluid; capable of flowing and easily changing shape
    +smooth and unconstrained in movement
    +in cash or easily convertible to cash
    +affording change (especially in social status)

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 liquid, solution, liquor, ichor; gas, vapour:
    It might surprise some to learn that physicists consider gases to be fluids.
    adj.
    2 liquid, flowing, running, runny, watery, aqueous:
    Once the metal has become fluid, it is poured into the moulds.
    3 changeable, mutable, flexible, adjustable, variable, pliant, unformed, formless, unfixed, unstatic or non-static, plastic, protean, mercurial, mobile, unstable, shifting, uncertain, indefinite, unsettled:
    The situation is fluid and the decision could go either way.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, adjective
    + noun [C, U] a liquid; a substance that can flow: body fluids (= for example, blood) + The doctor told him to drink plenty of fluids. + cleaning fluid
    + adjective
    1 (formal) (of movements, designs, music, etc.) smooth, graceful and flowing: a loose, fluid style of dancing + fluid guitar playing + the fluid lines of the drawing
    2 (formal) (of a situation) likely to change; not fixed: a fluid political situation + a fluid relationship between managers and staff + the growth of a socially fluid urban society
    3 (technical) that can flow freely, as gases and liquids do: a fluid consistency
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    excess | amniotic, bodily/body, intravenous | brake, cleaning

    VERB + FLUID

    drink
    Change your diet and drink plenty of fluids.
    | lose | replace
    replacing vital body fluids and salts that are lost when you sweat
    | retain
    Retaining excess fluid could be a problem.

    adj

    VERBS

    be | become | remain | keep sth
    I think we should try and keep our arrangements fluid at this stage.

    ADV.

    extremely, highly, very
    It's a highly fluid situation.
    | fairly, quite, rather, relatively


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