nimble Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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nimbleadjective

 us   /ˈnɪm·bəl/
quick and exact in movement or thought; agile : a nimble mind He tried to catch his friend, but she was too nimble.
Translations of “nimble”
in Arabic رَشيق…
in Korean 민첩한…
in Malaysian lincah…
in French agile…
in Turkish çevik, atik, kıvrak…
in Italian agile, svelto, scattante…
in Chinese (Traditional) (行動)靈活的,敏捷的, (頭腦)機敏的,敏銳的…
in Russian проворный, ловкий…
in Polish zgrabny, zwinny…
in Vietnamese lanh lẹ…
in Spanish ágil…
in Portuguese ágil, ligeiro, lépido…
in Thai ว่องไว…
in German flink…
in Catalan àgil…
in Japanese すばやい…
in Indonesian cekatan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (行动)灵活的,敏捷的, (头脑)机敏的,敏锐的…
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