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rxneutrino t1_j6b2i9h wrote

If the Norwegian word for fluid is synonymous with liquid, what is the Norwegian word for non-liquid fluidity? Surely there is a way to express this concept in that language.


andreasdagen OP t1_j6b2mqv wrote


don't think we have a word that covers both liquid and gas like fluid does.


espentan t1_j6bcm0s wrote

Fluid, it's called fluid in Norwegian as well. The word for liquid fluid is 'væske', and if you ask Google Translate what 'væske' is in Norwegian it just returns 'fluid'.