Portuguese translation of 'quick'
2. (temper) vivo
3. (agile) ágil
4. (mind) sagaz, despachado
to cut sb to the quick ferir alguém
be quick! ande depressa!, vai rápido!
to be quick to act agir com rapidez
she was quick to see that ... ela não tardou a ver que ...
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Example Sentences Including 'quick'
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Quirk said pinning web sites makes them quicker to access.Computing (2010)
Next time it will be a little bit easier and a little bit quicker.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Next up is my quick and easy porridge bites.The Sun (2017)
That cleared the hall quicker than a fire alarm.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The touch controls are quick and responsive.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
These little meatballs are quick and easy to make and utterly delicious.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
This means that he is short of a quick entry back to his hand.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
We could have gone to a building company next door and said build us something quick.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Work opportunities you thought had slipped through your fingers are back but you need to be quick.The Sun (2013)
You can find quick and easy ways to reach your destinations.The Sun (2015)
But when we win it back, he wants us to get up the pitch as quick as possible.The Sun (2017)
He's quick around the court and he changes direction extremely well.The Sun (2016)
I need to get it out of my head pretty quick, get away for a bit.The Sun (2016)
The ground was a little on the quick side for him there and these softer conditions should be much more to his liking.The Sun (2016)
The mess they inherited looked beyond quick repair.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The shorter guys are always going to get out quicker.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
They definitely don't brew as quick and feels less in them?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They have shown themselves to be quick learners.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
We are very quick to knock people down in this country - the old tall poppy syndrome.The Sun (2017)
We wanted him to resolve the situation as quick as possible.The Sun (2009)
And internet users have been quick to point out the difference between his own gilded existence and that of those in the struggling steel town.The Sun (2016)
He got his shorts on pretty quick.The Sun (2016)
It was one of the quickest jets around.The Sun (2013)
She has always been quick tempered but this other side to her was a real shock.The Sun (2015)
They would be quick to claim a moral victory.The Sun (2007)
This will make you eat less and feel full quicker.The Sun (2015)
What use is a quick course for people at a crash scene?The Sun (2012)
Trends of 'quick'
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'quick' in Other Languages
British English: quick /kwɪk/ ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is quick moves or does things with great speed.
You'll have to be quick.
- American English: quick
- Arabic: سَرِيع
- Brazilian Portuguese: rápido
- Chinese: 快的
- Croatian: brz
- Czech: rychlý
- Danish: hurtig
- Dutch: snel
- European Spanish: rápido
- Finnish: nopea
- French: rapide
- German: schnell
- Greek: γρήγορος
- Italian: veloce
- Japanese: 素早い
- Korean: 빠른
- Norwegian: kvikk
- Polish: szybki
- European Portuguese: rápido
- Romanian: iute
- Russian: быстрый
- Spanish: rápido
- Swedish: snabb
- Thai: รวดเร็ว
- Turkish: çabuk
- Ukrainian: швидкий
- Vietnamese: nhanh
Nearby words of 'quick'
Translation of quick from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary