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quick and dirty

Definition of quick and dirty in English:

informal , chiefly US Makeshift; done or produced hastily: a quick and dirty synopsis of their work
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  • With regard to how these albums were made, Craig said that he is ‘a big believer in the quick and dirty.’
  • While mini-DV camcorders have nothing to fear from Canon's movie mode, it does provide a quick and dirty way to capture impromptu moments.
  • I give a quick and dirty translation below, which unfortunately doesn't preserve the rhyme, the meter, or much of the sensibility, but what can I do?
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