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ETYM French actif, Latin activus, from agere to act.
1. Characterized by energetic activity.
2. Characterized by energetic bodily activity; SYN. physical.
3. (Grammar) Expressing action rather than a state of being; used of verbs (e.g. 'to run') and participial adjectives (e.g. 'running' in 'running water'); SYN. dynamic.
4. (Military) Engaged in or ready for military or naval operations; SYN. combat-ready, fighting.
5. (Of e.g. volcanos) Being in a state of action or potential action.
6. (Pathology) Tending to become more severe or wider in scope.
7. Being in physical motion; SYN. on the move.
8. (Astronomy; of the sun) Characterized by a high level activity in sunspots and flares and radio emissions.
9. Disposed to take action or effectuate change.
10. Exerting influence or producing an effect.
11. Engaged in full-time work; (military).
12. In operation.
13. Taking part in an activity; SYN. participating.
ETYM French agile, Latin agilis, from agere to move. Related to Agent.
1. Mentally quick; SYN. nimble.
2. Moving quickly and lightly; SYN. nimble, quick, spry.
ETYM Cf. W. brysg, from brys haste, Gael. briosg quick, lively, Irish broisg a start, leap, jerk.
1. Quick and energetic; SYN. lively, merry, rattling, snappy, spanking, zippy.
2. Very active.
ETYM Latin cursorius, from cursor. Related to Cursor.
Characterized by haste; hastily or superficially performed; slight; superficial; careless.
ETYM Latin curtus; cf. Skr. kart to cut. Related to Curtail.
Characterized by excessive brevity; short; rudely concise.
Sinonimi: prompt | timesaving
Characterized by speed and efficiency; SYN. prompt, timesaving.
1. Acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly
2. (Of surfaces) Conducive to rapid speeds
3. (Used of timepieces) Indicating a time ahead of or later than the correct time
4. (Music) At a rapid tempo
5. Permanently dyed; SYN. colorfast.
6. Securely fixed in place; SYN. firm, immobile.
Moving very fast; SYN. swift.
1. Operating at high speed.
2. Taking place at high speed.
Moving rapidly or performed quickly or in great haste.
ETYM French impetueux, Latin impetuosus. Related to Impetus.
Marked by violent force.
Light and quick in motion; moving with ease and speed; lively; swift.
1. Quick in apprehending or reacting
2. Something that prompts; reminder
3. A limit of time given for payment of
1. Accomplished rapidly and without delay; SYN. speedy.
2. Apprehending and responding with speed and sensitivity; SYN. ready.
3. Easily aroused or excited; SYN. warm.
4. (Archaic) Alive.
ETYM Latin rapidus, from rapere to seize and carry off, to snatch or hurry away; perhaps akin to Greek arpazein: cf. French rapide. Related to Harpy, Ravish.
1. Characterized by speed; moving with or capable of moving with high speed; SYN. speedy.
2. Done or occurring in a brief period of time.
(Of especially money) Immediately available
1. Brought into readiness
2. Completely prepared or in condition for immediate action or use or progress
3. Mentally disposed
Sinonimi: sharp-worded | tart
1. Having or made by a thin edge or sharp point; suitable for cutting or piercing
2. Keenly and painfully felt; as if caused by a sharp edge or point
3. Quick and forceful
4. Very sudden and in great amount or degree
5. Harsh; SYN. sharp-worded, tart.
6. (Music) Raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone
Not slow; quick; swift; nimble; hasty; fast.
Displaying animation, vigor, or liveliness.
1. Moving a great distance in a short time; moving quickly.
2. Capable of great speed; fleet-footed.
with great speed
jocular, with great speed.
Marked by or exhibiting a whirling motion.
1. Having winged feet
2. Swifth SYN. wing-footed.
1. (Informal) Energetic.
2. (Informal) Fast.