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ahead in a position of having progressed more quickly than is necessary or expected. [1/6 definitions]
apace at a swift pace; quickly.
apt having ability to learn quickly. [1/4 definitions]
aptitude ability to learn quickly. [1/2 definitions]
beeline the most direct course, usu. traveled quickly.
behind in a position of having progressed less quickly than expected or required. [1/10 definitions]
blink to close and open the eyes very quickly, usu. involuntarily; wink. [2/10 definitions]
bounce back to recover completely or quickly.
breeze (informal) a simple or quickly accomplished task. [2/4 definitions]
bundle to make (someone) leave quickly or without the usual formalities (usu. fol. by "off," "out," or the like). [2/6 definitions]
burgeon to grow or develop quickly. [1/2 definitions]
by leaps and bounds very quickly.
clip1 (informal) to hit sharply and quickly. [1/11 definitions]
c'mon (informal) contracted form of "come on," used to demand or encourage someone to come along quickly or to stop hesitating to do something. [1/2 definitions]
convenience food partially or fully processed food, such as a frozen meal, that can be quickly prepared.
course to pass quickly over or through. [1/10 definitions]
cursory done quickly and without care; superficial.
cut to traverse something, usu. in order to reach one's destination as quickly as possible (usu. fol. by "through" or "across"). [1/25 definitions]
decompression sickness a painful and sometimes fatal condition caused by the formation of nitrogen bubbles in the blood, resulting from returning to atmospheric pressure too quickly from deep water or a compression chamber; aeroembolism; bends.
dip to lower quickly and momentarily. [1/15 definitions]
dispatch to do or dispose of promptly and quickly. [1/7 definitions]