Yes. It's an adjective. You could use it like this:
The easy way to get to my house from school is straight down the main road. There's a quicker way, but it involves a lot of turns in side streets and you might get lost. Let me show you a quicker method for solving the problem.
Candy is dandy,
But liquor is quicker.
The word 'quicker' is the comparative form of the adjective 'quick' (quicker, quickest). Example sentence: The quicker bird grabbed the bread crust while the other squawked in protest.
Quicker then light, all the mariners boarded the ship.
Comparative form: Quicker Superlative form: Quickest
Usually, by adding er. Fast, faster; smart, smarter; quick, quicker
That is the correct spelling of "quicker" (faster).
Stell doesn't seem to be a word. Please clarify.
yes, but it should be quicker to just grab word out of the start menu, rather than opening works; and the version is different.
you can type quicker if you practice more
There is no way to get it quicker
Water evaporates quicker :)
if your recovery time is quicker and your friend then your fitter than him the quicker the recovery time the fitter
each time you press what key does word carry forward to the next paragrapgh
you can not make your period come quicker.
Diffusion is quicker at high temperatures and pressures.
Yes, much quicker.
No.Quicker can be used as an adjective or an adverb.A verb is a word that describes an action (run, walk, etc), a state of being (exist, stand, etc) or occurrence (happen, become, etc).An adjective is a word that describes a noun (the car is blue / it was a cold day / etc).An adverb is a word that tells us more about a verb (My dog Fifi barks loudly / Nicola is really beautiful).
seeds grow quicker in soil.
quicker fixing and quicker cleaning.