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quick-and-dirty

Syllabification: quick-and-dirt·y

Definition of quick-and-dirty in English:

adjective

informal , chiefly US
Makeshift; done or produced hastily: a quick-and-dirty synopsis of their work
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  • So my quick-and-dirty answer is that moving it into high Earth orbit would certainly be easier than launching the same mass from Earth's surface, but probably not easier than launching the same mass from the Moon's surface.
  • The author offers blend of psychoanalytic research, quick-and-dirty philosophy, and common sense.
  • And peruse our quick-and-dirty lowdown on the most prevalent bugs and how to safeguard against them.

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Word of the day cumbersome
Pronunciation: ˈkʌmbəs(ə)m
adjective
large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry…