Quick ( adjective , noun , adverb )

(As an adjective)

Quick ( adjective )

  1. Moving or capable of moving with great speed.
  2. Performed or occurring within a short time.
  3. Performed or occurring with little or no delay.
  4. Sharp or keen in response or reaction.
  5. Alert and on the lookout; vigilant.

Origin:

From the old english word "cwic" meaning "alive" or "living".

Examples:

  1. The rabbit was quick and managed to escape.
  2. He was quick to react to the change in the situation.
  3. The restaurant promises quick service.
  4. She was quick to understand the instructions.
  5. The quick fox jumps over the lazy dog.

(As a noun)

Quick ( noun )

  1. Moving or capable of moving with great speed.
  2. Performed or occurring within a short time.
  3. Performed or occurring with little or no delay.
  4. Sharp or keen in response or reaction.
  5. Alert and on the lookout; vigilant.

Origin:

From the old english word "cwic" meaning "alive" or "living".

Examples:

  1. The rabbit was quick and managed to escape.
  2. He was quick to react to the change in the situation.
  3. The restaurant promises quick service.
  4. She was quick to understand the instructions.
  5. The quick fox jumps over the lazy dog.

(As an adverb)

Quick ( adverb )

  1. Moving or capable of moving with great speed.
  2. Performed or occurring within a short time.
  3. Performed or occurring with little or no delay.
  4. Sharp or keen in response or reaction.
  5. Alert and on the lookout; vigilant.

Origin:

From the old english word "cwic" meaning "alive" or "living".

Examples:

  1. The rabbit was quick and managed to escape.
  2. He was quick to react to the change in the situation.
  3. The restaurant promises quick service.
  4. She was quick to understand the instructions.
  5. The quick fox jumps over the lazy dog.
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