Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Quick"

The meaning of "Quick" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does quick mean?
A: Significa ser rápido.
(It means fast.)
Q: What does quick mean?
A: rápido
Q: What does "quick" and "quite" mean?
A:

Come quick!

That was quick.

I ate a quick lunch.

I'm a quick learner.

The room was quiet.

Would you be quiet?

Be quiet for a moment.

Why's everybody so quiet?
Q: What does quick mean?
A: Rápido

Example sentences using "Quick"

Q: Please show me example sentences with quick and quickly.
A: Thank you!
Can I say "She quickly ran to the store." She ran to the store quickly"?
Q: Please show me example sentences with quick and slow.
A: A snail moves very slow.
A cheetah runs very quick.

I eat slow.
My dog eats quick.

Like this?
Q: Please show me example sentences with quick at.
A: You are quick at running
Q: Please show me example sentences with quick.
A: Olympic runners are quick.

You only have a few minutes, so be quick.

Synonyms of "Quick" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between quick and fast ?
A: Слово "fast" чаще используется в сочетании с существительным и обозначает движущиеся объекты. Например: a fast train (скорый поезд), a fast runner (хороший бегун) и т.д. 

Слово "quick" характеризует не столько темп движения, сколько безотлагательность. Например: quick service (немедленое обслуживание), to be quick in actions (действовать быстро), a quick mind (живой ум). 
Q: What is the difference between quick and fast ?
A: quick more like a knuckle by your finger and fast is something which caparable as you see it moving fast. we can't ride a cycle quick yet we can ride it faster
Q: What is the difference between quick and fast ?
A: Basically - Fast refers to speed, quick refers to time.
Q: What is the difference between quick and fast ?
A: Usually quick refers to time and fast refers to speed. However in general usage they're used interchangeably and there isn't really a difference in meaning.
Example sentences:
The line moved quickly.
The race car is fast.
Q: What is the difference between quick and rapid ?
A: that's actually good! but the more natural way to say it would be "the by-passers dealt with the accident rapidly so that the woman didn't die

Translations of "Quick"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 怪我などの治りが早い。
この「早い」はquick でしょうかfast でしょうか?それともそれ以外?他の文章でもいつもquick かfastか迷います😂日本語だったらfastは早いでquickは速いのイメージ🤔
A: 「怪我などの治りが早い」would translate to "Injuries and such heal quickly". "quickly" would be suitable as an adverb is expected at that position. "fast" would not be correct as it is an adjective. The adverb "faster" would be suitable, but then it will usually be followed by the phrase "than ". For example, "Injuries and such heal faster than Spiderman.".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? accurently and quick
A: accurately and quickly!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? quick
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Quick Search. I have saved and bookmarked so, so many links that sometimes it is not easy to arrange them in a way to have a quick search.
A: In this sentence, it can be said like this: "I have saved and bookmarked so, so many links that sometimes it is not easy to arrange them in a way to quickly find what I am looking for"

Other questions about "Quick"

Q: Fast or quick?
A: b. (fast) is correct.

A. and d. aren’t correct because they’re not adverbs. C. is incorrect because it’s not a word. Fast is an adjective and adverb.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce quick.
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Q: quick does this sound natural?
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Q: You're very quickly...or
You're very quick ?
A: You would use quick in that situation, because you want an adjective. Adjectives modify nouns, adverbs (like quickly) modify verbs.

The dog is small. (Adjective)

The dog ran quickly. (Adverb)

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