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double-quick

Syllabification: dou·ble-quick

Definition of double-quick in English:

adjective& adverb

informal
Very quick or quickly: [as adjective]: I got changed in double-quick time [as adverb]: you get upstairs double-quick!
More example sentences
  • We finished our drinks quickly and left double quick before the face eaters got any closer and just as one denizen of the night started to give Chaz the evil eye: Cyclops style.
  • Then pain will be finished double quick, no problem.
  • It was a long row to the start line - the course was about 3500 metres and our opponents seemed to get there in double quick time.

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