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quick and dirty

adjective ( also quick-and-dirty)
 
 
informal
used for describing a quick calculation, method, etc., especially one that is done or used until you have enough time or money to do or use a more careful one: No retirement projection is perfect, but a quick-and-dirty one is far better than none at all.
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