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English

quick
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quick
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quick
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quick
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quick
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quick
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quick
ADV

quick
ADJ

quick
ADJ

ADJ
quick
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ADJ
quick
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quick
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quick
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quick
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quick
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quick
ADJ

pronto
ADJ
quick
ADJ

quick
ADJ

quick
ADJ

ADJ
quick
ADJ

quick
ADJ

ADJ
quick
ADJ

carne viva
NF
quick
N

lista
ADJ
quick-witted
ADJ

listo
ADJ
quick-witted
ADJ



quick to help
ADJ

de acción rápida
ADJ
quick-acting
ADJ

de genio vivo
ADJ
quick-tempered
ADJ

de tiro rápido
ADJ
quick-firing
ADJ

de vista aguda
ADJ
quick-sighted
ADJ

quick-tempered
ADJ

quick-witted
ADJ



quick wash
N




en un dos por tres
quick as a wink

to be quick
V

to be quick to help
V


to touch to the quick
V

herir en lo vivo
V
to cut to the quick
V

tocar en lo vivo
V
to cut to the quick
V

double-quick
ADV

double-quick
ADJ

redoblado
ADJ
double-quick
ADJ


ADV

quickly
ADV

pronto
ADV
quickly
ADV

quickly
ADV


quickwitted
ADJ



quicksand
N

NF Plural
quicksand
N

quicksilver
N

cal viva
NF

cal viva
NF
quicklime
N

NF Plural
quickness
N

NM
química
quicksilver
N
chemistry



quickness
N

quickness
N

quickness
N

quickness
N

seto vivo
NM
quickset
N

quickness
N

quickness
N

mercurio
quicksilver

quickly


to quicken
V

to walk quickly
V

to get ready quickly
V

aprontar
V
to prepare quickly
V

to quicken
V

to read quickly
V

to quicken
V

to move quickly
V


to move quickly
V

to walk quickly
V

to quicken
V

hazlo rápido
do it quickly

construir de rápido
V
V
to build quickly

hacer de rápido
V
to throw together
V
to make quickly

to stop on a dime
V
to stop quickly


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English Definitions

quick
N
any area of the body that is highly sensitive to pain (as the flesh underneath the skin or a fingernail or toenail)
quick
accomplished rapidly and without delay
quick
hurried and brief
quick
moving quickly and lightly
quick
apprehending and responding with speed and sensitivity
quick
performed with little or no delay
quick
easily aroused or excited
quick
with little or no delay
quick assets
N
assets in the form of cash (or easily convertible into cash)
quick bread
N
breads made with a leavening agent that permits immediate baking
quick buck
N
quick or easy earnings,
quick fix
N
hurried repair
quick grass
N
European grass spreading rapidly by creeping rhizomes; naturalized in North America as a weed
quick march
N
marching at quick time
quick study
N
someone able to acquire new knowledge and skills rapidly and easily
quick temper
N
a feeling of resentful anger
quick time
N
a normal marching pace of 120 steps per minute
quick-change
adept at changing from one thing to another especially changing costumes
quick-drying
of a liquid substance that dries quickly
quick-eared
having keen hearing
quick-freeze
V
freeze rapidly so as to preserve the natural juices and flavors
quick-frozen
(used of foods) preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value
quick-sighted
having very keen vision
quick-sighted
keenly perceptive or alert
quick-tempered
quickly aroused to anger
quick-witted
mentally nimble and resourceful
N
intelligence as revealed by an ability to give correct responses without delay
quicken
V
move faster
quicken
V
make keen or more acute
quicken
V
give life or energy to
quicken
V
show signs of life
quicken
V
give new life or energy to
N
an agent that gives or restores life or vigor
N
the process of showing signs of life
quickening
N
the stage of pregnancy at which the mother first feels the movements of the fetus
quickening
N
the act of accelerating; increasing the speed
more quickly
most quickly
quickie
N
hurried repair
quicklime
N
a white crystalline oxide used in the production of calcium hydroxide
quickly
with rapid movements
quickly
with little or no delay
quickly
without taking pains
quickness
N
skillful performance or ability without difficulty
quickness
N
intelligence as revealed by an ability to give correct responses without delay
quickness
N
a rate that is rapid
quicksand
N
a treacherous situation that tends to entrap and destroy
quicksand
N
a pit filled with loose wet sand into which objects are sucked down
quickset
N
cuttings of plants set in the ground to grow as hawthorn for hedges or vines
quickset
grown from cuttings planted directly in the ground
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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