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Significado de “quick” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "quick" - Diccionario Inglés

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quickadjective

uk   /kwɪk/  us   /kwɪk/
A2 happening or done with great speed, or lasting only a short time: It's a quick journey. I had a quick coffee and left the house. I only had time for a quick glance at the paper this morning. He scored three goals in quick succession (= one after the other in a short time). Could I have a quick word (= speak to you for a short time)? Quick as lightning (= very quickly), he snatched the book and ran out of the room.
A1 doing something fast: I tried to catch him but he was too quick for me.
be quick to do sth
to do something fast, sometimes too fast: She was quick to point out that it wasn't her fault.
B1 used to describe someone who is clever and understands or notices things quickly: She was quick at understanding what we wanted her to do. He has a quick mind. Donna's quick thinking (= ability to solve problems with speed) averted what could have been a disaster.
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a quick study US informal
someone who is able to learn things quickly: He's a quick study and easily grasps all the details of a discussion.
quick and dirty
produced quickly and therefore not perfect: The original solution was admittedly quick and dirty. a quick and dirty way to evaluate an investment

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quickness
noun [U] /ˈkwɪk.nəs/  us /ˈkwɪk.nəs/
the quickness of his movements her quickness to understand

quickexclamation

uk   /kwɪk/  us   /kwɪk/

quickadverb

/kwɪk/ /kwɪk/  us /kwɪk/ NOT STANDARD

quicknoun [U]

uk   /kwɪk/  us   /kwɪk/
(Definition of quick from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "quick" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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quickadjective [-er/-est only]

 us   /kwɪk/
done, happening, or moving fast; lasting only a short time: She cast a quick glance in the mirror. You’re back already – that was quick! He made a quick profit. [+ to infinitive] John was quick to point out the error.
quick
adverb  us   /kwɪk/
not standard We bought it quick, before someone else could.
quick
exclamation  us   /kwɪk/
Quick! Close the door before the dog gets out!
quickly
adverb  us   /ˈkwɪk·li/
Emergency workers were on the scene quickly.
quickness
noun [U]  us   /ˈkwɪk·nəs/
She moves with quickness, balance, and grace.
(Definition of quick from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “quick”
en coreano 빠른…
en árabe سَريع…
in Malaysian cepat…
en francés rapide…
en ruso быстрый, короткий…
en chino (tradicionál) 快的,迅速的, 短暫的, 反應快的…
en italiano rapido, veloce…
en turco çabuk, hızlı, hemen yapılan…
en polaco szybki…
en español rápido…
in Vietnamese mau chóng, nhanh, giỏi…
en portugués rápido…
in Thai รวดเร็ว, ที่ว่องไว, ฉับไว…
en alemán schnell…
en catalán ràpid…
en japonés 速い, 迅速な…
en chino (simplificado) 快的,迅速的, 短暂的, 反应快的…
in Indonesian cepat…
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