Definition of 'agile'
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He will have no difficulty in adapting - he is an agile, strong and fast player. The Sun (2016)So agile and nimble and capable that you feel like a hero behind the wheel. The Sun (2016)The steering is agile and responsive and it takes tight bends in its stride. The Sun (2010)It is when agile minds follow interesting scientific leads for their own sake that most innovations emerge. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The only seriously bad bit is that you become less agile and less strong. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Field placings reflected an agile mind. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You had to be quick, nimble and agile all the time. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Superb save from Schürrle and quick and agile around the box when called upon. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He was very agile, quick in his actions in training. The Sun (2010)He's much quicker and more agile. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was rugged with a hairy chest, strong and agile. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Another is that they aren't mentally agile or strong enough. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Card counting The mentally agile can count cards to improve their odds. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was quick and agile. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is agile and responsive. The Sun (2010)The handling is equally agile. The Sun (2008)A technology during its phase of rapid growth and spectacular success is usually small, quick and agile. Infinite in All Directions (1989)He's a different player, much quicker and more agile. The Sun (2016)Loss of intellectual faculties came top of the list of worries, with 79 per cent of people concerned about remaining mentally agile. The Sun (2008)There are few driving thrills to be had in a Qashqai, and the car lacks the agile handling and steering that help to make journeys fun. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sweet 1.8 and 2litre engines that must be worked hard to get the best out of them and agile handling add up to a proper convertible experience. The Sun (2008)
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British English: agile ADJECTIVE
Someone who is agile can move quickly and easily.
At 20 years old he was not as agile as he is now.
Definition of agile from the Collins English Dictionary
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