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ready

adjective [before noun] (QUICK)
快的
 
 
/ˈred.i/ mainly approving
quick with answers, jokes, solutions,
快的;机敏的;灵敏的
He had a ready reply to every question.
他对所有的问题都对答如流。
He was charming, with a ready wit (= the ability to quickly say clever and funny things).
他很有魅力,而且机智风趣。
IntelligencePerceptive
(Definition of ready adjective (QUICK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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