English Synonyms and Antonyms
A fluid is a substance that, like air or water, yields to any force that tends to change its form; a liquid is a body in that state in which the particles move freely among themselves, but remain in one mass, keeping the same volume, but taking always the form of the containing vessel; a liquid is an inelastic fluid; a gas is an elastic fluid that tends to expand to the utmost limits of the containing space. All liquids are fluids, but not all fluids are liquids; air and all the gases are fluids, but they are not liquids under ordinary circumstances, tho capable of being reduced to a liquid form by special means, as by cold and pressure. Water at the ordinary temperature is at once a fluid and a liquid.
a substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure
continuous amorphous matter that tends to flow and to conform to the outline of its container: a liquid or a gas
subject to change; variable
"a fluid situation fraught with uncertainty"; "everything was unstable following the coup"
characteristic of a fluid; capable of flowing and easily changing shape
fluent, fluid, liquid, smoothadjective
smooth and unconstrained in movement
"a long, smooth stride"; "the fluid motion of a cat"; "the liquid grace of a ballerina"
tranquil, smooth, silver-tongued, eloquent, placid, silver, liquified, still, quiet, legato, unruffled, smooth-spoken, swimming, suave, runny, limpid, facile, melted, mobile, unstable, fluent, liquid, bland, politic
in cash or easily convertible to cash
"liquid (or fluid) assets"
affording change (especially in social status)
"Britain is not a truly fluid society"; "upwardly mobile"
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How to use fluid in a sentence?
It's tough to say whether it will spiral further because it's so fluid. It does weigh on sentiment at times, our base case is that there won't be a trade war.
These are mock blood vessels, they are similar to blood vessels. The fluid that we are interested in comes across this tissue and then it bathes it with the drug, we give it caffeine, heart-on-a-chip beats and accelerates its heart rate. We give it adrenaline, it accelerates its heart rate.
Fluid is very important in terms of fetal lung development.
It was a very different game then. You could have over 300 boys on the pitch, teams could be of very different sizes, matches could last six or seven days, no games clothes, you just played in jackets, waistcoats, breeches and boots... it was fairly fluid shall we say.
The other two were miscarriages, in both we found evidence of Zika in the placenta. In addition, Brazil has looked at a number of babies as well and found Zika in the amniotic fluid of two women whose fetuses had evidence of microcephaly via sonogram.
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- سائل, مائعArabic
- флуид, непостоянен, течен, променлив, течлив, ликвиденBulgarian
- fluidCatalan, Valencian
- kapalina, tekutina, tekutý, plynulý, fluidní, proměnlivýCzech
- omskiftelig, flydende, væskeDanish
- Fluid, Flüssigkeit, fließend, flüssigGerman
- ρευστό, ρευστό σκηνικόGreek
- likvo, likva, fluaEsperanto
- fluidi, nesteFinnish
- siùbhlachScottish Gaelic
- तरल पदार्थHindi
- fluido, liquidoItalian
- 液体, 流体Japanese
- šķidrums, šķidrsLatvian
- flytende, væskeNorwegian
- incasseerbare, vloeiende, vloeistof, incasseerbaar, vloeiend, vloeibaar, vloeibareDutch
- væske, flytandeNorwegian Nynorsk
- płynny, płynowy, ciekły, płynPolish
- fluido, líquidoPortuguese
- ликви́дный, ги́бкий, жи́дкий, пла́вный, жи́дкость, теку́чийRussian
- flytande, vätskaSwedish
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