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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “quickly”

quickly

adverb
 
 
/ˈkwɪk.li/
at a fast speed
迅速地
We'll have to walk quickly to get there on time.
我們要走快一點才能準時趕到那兒。
Quickly now, you two, daddy's waiting in the car!
你們要快些,爸爸在車裡等著呢!
Fast and rapidShort in time
after only a very short time
立刻/馬上
He replied very quickly.
他馬上就回覆了。
He quickly realized that she wasn't telling the truth.
他立刻意識到她在說謊。
Immediately
(Definition of quickly from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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