quickly

  • 1 Quickly — Quick ly, adv. Speedily; with haste or celerity; soon; without delay; quick. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 quickly — index forthwith, instantly, readily Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 quickly — (adv.) late O.E. cwiculice; see QUICK (Cf. quick) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …

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  • 4 quickly — [adv] fast apace, briskly, chop chop*, expeditiously, flat out*, fleetly, full tilt*, hastily, hurriedly, immediately, in a flash*, in haste, in nothing flat*, in short order*, instantaneously, instantly, lickety split*, like a bat out of hell*,… …

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  • 5 Quickly — Das Moped NSU Quickly war eines der ersten echten Mopeds der deutschen Nachkriegsgeschichte. Es markierte den Beginn der Massenmotorisierung im Zuge des Wirtschaftswunders. NSU Quickly, Bj. 1956 in original Farbgebung Quickly S …

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  • 6 Quickly — and started franchising in 1998.Quickly Corporation was founded in California and started its trademark licensing program at the same time. Quickly began marketing themselves as a New Generation Asian Fusion style cafe in the USA, as opposed to… …

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  • 7 quickly — quick|ly [ kwıkli ] adverb *** 1. ) at a fast speed: She went quickly out of the room. We have to work quickly. 2. ) after only a short time: Our suspicions were quickly proved accurate. Something has to be done about this quickly. 3. ) lasting… …

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  • 8 quickly */*/*/ — UK [ˈkwɪklɪ] / US adverb 1) at a fast speed She went quickly out of the room. We have to work quickly. 2) after only a short time Our suspicions were quickly proved accurate. Something has to be done about this quickly. 3) lasting only a short… …

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  • 9 quickly — quick|ly W1S1 [ˈkwıkli] adv 1.) fast ▪ We need to get this finished as quickly as possible. ▪ Kids grow up so quickly these days. 2.) after only a very short time = ↑soon ▪ I realized fairly quickly that this wasn t going to be easy. 3.) for a… …

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  • 10 quickly — / kwIkli/ adverb 1 fast: She checked nothing was coming and walked quickly across the road. | Quickly, John, we don t have much time. 2 after only a very short time: I realized fairly quickly that this wasn t going to be easy. 3 for a short time …

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  • 11 quickly*/*/*/ — [ˈkwɪkli] adv 1) at a fast speed We have to work quickly.[/ex] She walked quickly out of the room.[/ex] 2) after only a short time, or lasting only a short time Something has to be done about this quickly.[/ex] Let me explain very quickly what I… …

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  • 12 quickly — adverb 1) he walked quickly Syn: fast, swiftly, briskly, rapidly, speedily, at the speed of light, at full tilt, as fast as one s legs can carry one, at a gallop, on the double, posthaste; informal PDQ (pretty damn quick), like lightning, like… …

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  • 13 quickly — adverb 1) he walked quickly Syn: fast, swiftly, briskly, rapidly, speedily, at full tilt, at a gallop, at the double, post haste, hotfoot; informal like (greased) lightning, hell for leather, like blazes, like the wind; Brit.; informal …

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  • 14 quickly — see he gives twice who gives quickly quickly come, quickly go …

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  • 15 quickly — adv. Quickly is used with these adjectives: ↑apparent Quickly is used with these verbs: ↑abandon, ↑absorb, ↑accelerate, ↑accumulate, ↑act, ↑adapt, ↑add, ↑adjust, ↑advance, ↑age, ↑ …

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  • 16 quickly — See quick, quickly …

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  • 17 quickly — 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 …

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  • 18 quickly — adverb 1. with rapid movements (Freq. 24) he works quickly • Syn: ↑rapidly, ↑speedily, ↑chop chop, ↑apace • Ant: ↑slowly …

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  • 19 quickly — adverb see quick I …

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  • 20 quickly — /kwik lee/, adv. with speed; rapidly; very soon. [bef. 1000; ME quikly. See QUICK, LY] Usage. See quick. * * * …

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