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Hi, hinarauf80! Thanks for letting me answer your question. Fluid friction is the resistance to a solid object's motion through fluids (either liquid or gas).
Everyday examples of fluid friction are swimmers in the pool (pushing against the water) and airplanes in the sky. Do you need any further clarification/how in depth would you like to go?
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