n. liquids, substances which can flow and change shape flu·id || 'fluːɪd n. substance whose molecules move freely and that tends to take the shape of its container (i.e. liquid or gas) adj. of a substance that can easily change its shape; flexible, changeable; smooth, graceful; easily converted into cash

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