1 liquid, solution, liquor, ichor; gas, vapour:
It might surprise some to learn that physicists consider gases to be fluids.
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.
excess | amniotic, bodily/body, intravenous | brake, cleaning
VERB + FLUID
Change your diet and drink plenty of fluids.
| lose | replace
replacing vital body fluids and salts that are lost when you sweat
Retaining excess fluid could be a problem. adj
be | become | remain | keep sth
I think we should try and keep our arrangements fluid at this stage.
extremely, highly, very
It's a highly fluid situation.
| fairly, quite, rather, relatively
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