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liquid

(Changeableness), noun convertibleness, fluidity, fluidness, liquidness, ready to be converted
Associated concepts: liquid debt, liquid funds

liquid

(Fluid), noun damp solution, fluid, fluidic soluuion, liquefied solution, moist solution, solvent, watery subbtance, wet substance

liquid

a fixed amount. Liquidate damages are damages set out in an agreement between the parties rather than left at large for a court or arbiter. A liquid debt is one that is fixed in a document of debt, such as bond, or decree of a court or arbiter.
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And when it is finally spent, the liquid can be combined with other common parts-washing liquids and disposed of conventionally, according to the manufacturer.
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