fluid

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noun
ADJECTIVE
excess
amniotic, bodily, body, intravenous
brake, cleaning, correction, lighter
windshield, wiper (both AmE)
VERB + FLUID
drain

They drained a lot of fluid from his lungs.

drink

Change your diet and drink plenty of fluids.

lose
replace

It's important to replace fluids and salts that are lost during exercise.

retain

Retaining excess fluid could be a problem.

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adj.
VERBS
be
become
remain
keep sth

I think we should try and keep our arrangements fluid at this stage.

ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
highly

It's a highly fluid situation.

Fluid is used with these nouns: ↑grace, ↑milk, ↑movement, ↑situation

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  • Fluīd — (v. lat.), 1) flüssig; 2) ungezwungen; daher Fluĭdum, Flüssigkeit. Fluidĭtät, die Eigenschaft des Flüssigseins. Fluidification, Flüssigmachung …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Fluid — (lat.), flüssig …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

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