Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Voluble"

The meaning of "Voluble" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does voluble mean?
A: @Lara196

Literally – “capable of taking up space“

Used in to talk about an abundance of things or space-taking.
– There were an even more voluble amount of old chairs in the barn.

Also used in the sense of sound volume – that something is capable of being heard –
– they were talking quite volubly for almost half an hour.

I don’t know if somebody is teaching you that English words are either good or bad, but you need to get rid of this idea immediately. Words are just words.

Q: What does voluble mean?
A: Very Important for a certain person, for example “this gift is voluble to me” not because it money value , but what it means to the person
Q: What does voluble mean?
A: do you mean valuable?? It means something that is worth a lot.

Translations of "Voluble"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? voluble (quickly-tempered?)
A: Maybe this will help.

Other questions about "Voluble"

Q: voluble Does this sound natural?
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