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quick-moving

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Definition of quick-moving in English:

adjective

Rapid in movement or action: this camera should capture every detail of distant or quick-moving subjects the stories are quick-moving and predictable
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  • Quick-moving little birds in a yellow-flowering shrub turned out to be Silver-eyes.
  • CNN presents its "news" in styles and formats that approximate the variable, quick-moving nature of commercial television programming.
  • Without a doubt, the snap-jawed, quick-moving reptile is the creature tourists most want to see.

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