Translation of swift in Spanish:
adjective -er, -est
- 1.1 a swift-flowing riverswift-footedun río de corriente rápidade pies ligeros [literary]Example sentences1.2
(reply/reaction/denial)he was swift to reply o in replyinghe was swift to anger [literary]no tardó en contestarera propenso a arrebatos de iraExample sentences1.3 (short, quick)
- The beast is replaced with a thin, swift reptile that is capable taking sharp corners and hiding inside buildings.
- White and pale camels are much preferred by the men as mounts, especially those which are swift moving, sleek and pleasant to the eye.
- As one would expect, this is a very swift car, well capable of getting to 60 mph in less than six seconds and with a top speed beyond 150 mph.
- Her eyes quickly made a swift sweep of the people in the room.
- With his domestic problems and this illness, we all pray for a swift recovery.
- If Myles is reading this, hope the op went well and wish a swift recovery, looking forward to getting you back on the golf course
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