Agile (adjective)

  1. Able to move quickly and easily.
  2. Able to think and understand quickly.
  3. Able to change direction or course quickly.

Origin:

Late middle english, from old french, from latin agilis, from agere to do, perform.

Examples:

  1. The athlete was very agile and quick on his feet.
  2. The software development team is working on an agile methodology.
  3. She is an agile learner, able to pick up new skills quickly.
  4. The agile cat leapt from the table to the floor.
  5. The agile mind of the detective solved the case quickly.
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