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Adjective
Able to fire bullets in quick succession
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“Michael was a quick swimmer whose talents in the pool were identified from a young age.”
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Lasting or taking a short time
“From the airport, it will just be a quick cab ride to the city.”
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Occurring in a short time
“He was recognized as a driven worker and his rise to the top was quick.”
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Fast or responsive in one's thinking
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“You have to be quick to be able to partake in improvisational theatrics.”
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Easily excited or aroused
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“I resolved never to have my father's quick temper.”
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(archaic) The condition of being alive
“For here is an assignment, or bill of sale of all his goods and chattels, and all other his substance whatsoever moveable or immoveable, quick or dead, to his trustees during his life.”
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(archaic) Pregnant, especially at the stage where the movement of the fetus can be felt
“The woman was quite obviously quick with child.”
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Physically nimble and quick
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(of writing) Relatively brief in extent
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Alert and vigilant
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Needing very little effort
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Full of life and energy
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In a crude or unfinished state
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The best of its kind or class
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Carried out without real interest, feeling, or concern
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Characterized by exceptionally early development or maturity
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Timesaving or better
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Fluent and easy, often in an insincere or deceptive way
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Done or taken on the spur of the moment, unexpectedly, or without notice
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Denoting or relating to an action that takes place at a particular point in time
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Moving or progressing faster than is usual
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Acting or done surreptitiously, unofficially, or without warning
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Willing to consider or accept new suggestions and ideas
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(of assets) Held in cash or easily converted into cash
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At a very fast speed
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“The event is about to start. Get here quick!”
Interjection
Call to move quickly
“Get out of there. Quick!”
Noun
The essential part of something
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Noun
The area underneath a nail in a human or other mammal
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The source of human emotions
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