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Noun

Singular
liquid

Plural
s

liquid (s)
  1. A fundamental state of matter. Liquid is a state between solid and gaseous. A liquid can usually be contained within a glass or a similar container without allowing escape. A liquid can freeze to become a solid or evaporate into a gas.
  2. (phonetics) An l or r sound.

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liquid

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  1. Existing in the physical state of a liquid.
    liquid nitrogen
  2. (finance) Of an asset, easily sold or disposed of.
  3. (finance) Of a market, having sufficient trading activity to make buying or selling easy.
    2005: The spot foreign exchange market is the world’s largest and most liquid financial market. With a daily trading volume of over $1.5 trillion, the spot forex market can absorb trading sizes that dwarf the capacity of any other market. — xpresstrade.com [1]

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