He is a quick learner, "quick" is an adjective describing the noun "learner", but in His mean response cut me to the quick, "quick" is used as a noun. In the sentence Quick! Quick! You'll miss the faceoff! the imperative… Full Answer
To find super quick ratio, first we have to find super quick assets and super quick assets can be found as under; Super Quick Asset = Quick Assets - Accounts Receivable (Net) Quick Assets = Current Assets - (Inventory +… Full Answer
Here are three sentences using the word 'quick' to describe an individual: "He is very quick at running." "He is a very quick boy." (Quick can mean clever, sharp and quite bright) "She has a quick sense of humour."
Quick can be defined as "the tender sensitive flesh of the living body, esp. that under the nails." (Random House College Dictionary). To "hurt to the quick" or another common expression "cut to the quick" means to injure deeply.
Yes, there are synonyms for quick beginning with the letter A. Agile: able to move quickly and easily. Astute: keen and quick in understanding and judgment. Adroit: clever, skillful or quick in using the hands or mind. Alert: quick to… Full Answer