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swift Inglés Británico & Universal

Happening quickly or promptly

Swift, Jonathan Inglés Británico & Universal

(1667–1745), Irish satirist, poet, and Anglican cleric; known as Dean Swift. He is best known for Gulliver’s Travels (1726), a satire on human society in the form of a fantastic tale of travels in imaginary lands

swift fox Inglés Británico & Universal

A small fox with a yellowish-buff coat and a black-tipped tail, living on the plains of North America

swift-boat Inglés Británico & Universal

Target (a politician or public figure) with a campaign of personal attacks

chimney swift Inglés Británico & Universal

The common swift (bird) of the eastern part of North America, with mainly dark grey plumage

ghost moth Inglés Británico & Universal

A large European swift moth, the male of which has white wings

ghost swift in ghost moth Inglés Británico & Universal

A large European swift moth, the male of which has white wings

swift moth in swift Inglés Británico & Universal

A moth, typically yellow-brown in colour, with fast darting flight. The eggs are scattered in flight and the larvae live underground feeding on roots, where they can be a serious pest

Dean Swift in Swift, Jonathan Inglés Británico & Universal

(1667–1745), Irish satirist, poet, and Anglican cleric; known as Dean Swift. He is best known for Gulliver’s Travels (1726), a satire on human society in the form of a fantastic tale of travels in imaginary lands

needletail Inglés Británico & Universal

An Asian spine-tailed swift, believed to be the world’s fastest flying bird

needle-tailed swift in needletail Inglés Británico & Universal

An Asian spine-tailed swift, believed to be the world’s fastest flying bird

spinetail Inglés Británico & Universal

Any of a number of birds with pointed feather tips projecting beyond the tail:

Eurasian swift in swift Inglés Británico & Universal

A swift-flying insectivorous bird with long, slender wings and a superficial resemblance to a swallow, spending most of its life on the wing

Swift Diccionario Oxford para Escritores & Redactores

, Jonathan (1667–1745), Irish satirist and Anglican cleric

swift Tesauro Inglés

Ramsay made a swift decision

swift Inglés-Español

veloz, rápido

swift-footed in swift Inglés-Español

veloz, de pies ligeros

a swift-flowing river in swift Inglés-Español

un río de corriente rápida

he was swift to anger in swift Inglés-Español

era propenso a arrebatos de ira

the progress of the disease was swift in progress Inglés-Español

la enfermedad avanzó rápidamente, el desarrollo