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ready

adjective [before noun] (QUICK) 快的     /ˈred.i/ mainly approving
quick with answers, jokes, solutions, 快的;機敏的;靈敏的 He had a ready reply to every question. 他對所有的問題都對答如流。 He was charming, with a ready wit (= the ability to quickly say clever and funny things). 他很有魅力,而且機智風趣。 IntelligencePerceptive
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