be, seem

We'd better be quick.

become, get
extremely, fairly, very, etc.

an extremely quick worker

reasonably, relatively
amazingly, remarkably, surprisingly

It was a mercifully quick end for those condemned to die.


I was getting quite quick at designing websites.

quick and easy

meals that are quick and easy to prepare

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Quick is used with these nouns: ↑access, ↑answer, ↑assessment, ↑ball, ↑bath, ↑bite, ↑bowler, ↑bowling, ↑brain, ↑break, ↑breakfast, ↑breath, ↑breather, ↑breathing, ↑burst, ↑calculation, ↑call, ↑cash, ↑chat, ↑check, ↑count, ↑crossword, ↑dash, ↑death, ↑delivery, ↑departure, ↑dinner, ↑dip, ↑divorce, ↑drink, ↑embrace, ↑escape, ↑exit, ↑eye, ↑fix, ↑flash, ↑flick, ↑follow-up, ↑foot, ↑footstep, ↑gasp, ↑glance, ↑glimpse, ↑guide, ↑gulp, ↑hug, ↑identification, ↑intake, ↑intelligence, ↑jab, ↑jerk, ↑jog, ↑kill, ↑kiss, ↑learner, ↑look, ↑lunch, ↑march, ↑motion, ↑move, ↑movement, ↑nap, ↑nod, ↑note, ↑overview, ↑pass, ↑peek, ↑peep, ↑prayer, ↑profit, ↑question, ↑reaction, ↑read, ↑recovery, ↑reference, ↑reflex, ↑reminder, ↑repair, ↑reply, ↑resolution, ↑response, ↑retort, ↑retreat, ↑return, ↑review, ↑rise, ↑route, ↑sale, ↑scan, ↑search, ↑service, ↑shake, ↑shave, ↑shower, ↑sip, ↑sketch, ↑snack, ↑solution, ↑spin, ↑sprint, ↑squeeze, ↑stab, ↑step, ↑stride, ↑strike, ↑stroke, ↑stroll, ↑succession, ↑summary, ↑survey, ↑swig, ↑swim, ↑tap, ↑temper, ↑tempo, ↑thinker, ↑thinking, ↑thrust, ↑time, ↑tip, ↑tour, ↑trip, ↑tug, ↑turn, ↑twist, ↑update, ↑visit, ↑wash, ↑wave, ↑way, ↑wit, ↑word, ↑worker

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  • Quick — (von englisch „schnell“) bezeichnet: Quick (Zeitschrift), ein ehemaliges deutsches Zeitungsmagazin Quick (Geldkarte), die elektronische Geldbörse in Österreich Quick (Programmiersprache), eine an C angelehnte Programmiersprache für Atari Computer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Quick — Quick, a. [Compar. {Quicker}; superl. {Quickest}.] [As. cwic, cwicu, cwucu, cucu, living; akin to OS. quik, D. kwik, OHG. quec, chec, G. keck bold, lively, Icel. kvikr living, Goth. qius, Lith. q[=y]vas, Russ. zhivoi, L. vivus living, vivere to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Quick — may refer to: * Quick (newspaper), a product of The Dallas Morning News in Texas * QUICK screening, a method to detect endogenous protein protein interactions with very high confidence * Quick clay, a unique form of highly sensitive marine clay * …   Wikipedia

  • quick — [kwik] adj. [ME quik, lively, alive < OE cwicu, living: see BIO ] 1. Archaic living; alive 2. a) rapid; swift [a quick walk] b) done with promptness; prompt [a quick reply] c) …   English World dictionary

  • Quick — Quick, n. 1. That which is quick, or alive; a living animal or plant; especially, the hawthorn, or other plants used in making a living hedge. [1913 Webster] The works . . . are curiously hedged with quick. Evelyn. [1913 Webster] 2. The life; the …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • quick — [ kwik ] n. m. • 1956; nom déposé; mot angl. « rapide » ♦ Matière synthétique dure, poreuse et rougeâtre, utilisée comme revêtement de courts de tennis en plein air. Courts de tennis en quick ou en terre battue. Jouer sur du quick. ⊗ HOM. Couic.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • quick — 1 fleet, swift, rapid, *fast, speedy, expeditious, hasty Analogous words: brisk, nimble, *agile: abrupt, impetuous, *precipitate, headlong 2 Quick, prompt, ready, apt are comparable when they apply to persons, their mental operations, their acts …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • quick — ► ADJECTIVE 1) moving fast. 2) lasting or taking a short time: a quick worker. 3) with little or no delay; prompt. 4) intelligent. 5) (of a person s eye or ear) keenly perceptive. 6) (of temper) easily roused. ► NOUN …   English terms dictionary

  • quick — quick; quick·hatch; quick·ie; quick·ly; quick·ness; quick·en; over·quick·ly; …   English syllables

  • Quick — Quick, adv. In a quick manner; quickly; promptly; rapidly; with haste; speedily; without delay; as, run quick; get back quick. [1913 Webster] If we consider how very quick the actions of the mind are performed. Locke. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • quick — [adj1] fast, speedy abrupt, accelerated, active, agile, alert, a move on*, animated, ASAP*, breakneck*, brief, brisk, cursory, curt, double time*, energetic, expeditious, expeditive, express, fleet, flying, going, harefooted*, hasty, headlong,… …   New thesaurus

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