Definition of 'nimble'
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Quick, nimble, with an incredible eye for a chance and a goal. The Sun (2016)The midfielder scored a goal that was a picture of nimble footwork. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So agile and nimble and capable that you feel like a hero behind the wheel. The Sun (2016)She is nimble and light on her feet. The Sun (2011)You have to be nimble and small. The Sun (2014)Energy planners must be nimble enough to embrace these new technologies. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is one that requires nimble footwork. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Small companies are nimble and can take risks that large ones cannot. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Fears were allayed just three minutes into the game when a nimble move put the home side ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The acceleration and nimble handling made light of the twisting mountain roads and it only really struggled in two respects. Times, Sunday Times (2007)When you're small you can be more quick and nimble. The Sun (2011)You had to be quick, nimble and agile all the time. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Left: keep your mind nimble while on the move. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Quick and nimble, he can slot in at full back. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was very quick and nimble, which made him able to dance past defenders very quickly. The Sun (2015)While big banks consider requests from staff for moves, more nimble hedge fund managers are already packing their suitcases. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His fingers are extraordinarily nimble. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The older generation enjoy it and take it in but it's the nimble minds of the younger generation that accept this stuff more easily. Times, Sunday Times (2010)With nimble footwork and superb judgment, the pair put on 127 for the third wicket. The Sun (2009)
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Used Occasionally. nimble is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'nimble'
British English: nimble ADJECTIVE
Someone who is nimble is able to move their fingers, hands, or legs quickly and easily.
Everything had been stitched by his mother's nimble fingers.
Definition of nimble from the Collins English Dictionary
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