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comment Translation of “to be fluent (in a language)”
@Icarus: jrdioko already clarified this in the question and in a comment. That's the meaning he does not want to translate.
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comment Translation of “to be fluent (in a language)”
It might do the trick, but if I understand @jrdioko correctly, that would be more in the lines of speaking fluently, meaning that "you speak the language fluidly and smoothly" rather than "you have mastered the language itself". "Soltura", "fluidez" and "desenvolver" express an attitude (confidence), not a skill (mastery).
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