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smartish

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Pronunciation: /ˈsmɑːtɪʃ
 
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Definition of smartish in English:

adverb

informal , chiefly British
Quickly; briskly: get over here smartish!
More example sentences
  • There was 40 to 50 of them and we realised that if we didn't get back into the vehicle pretty smartish we would get mutilated.
  • By the time he was within a few yards I was getting slightly wound up and told him to ‘go away’ (I forget my exact words), but he left pretty smartish.
  • Not that I bought or read it anyway, but I crossed it off my list of ‘Things To Do In My Lifetime’ pretty smartish.

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