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quickie

Pronunciation: /ˈkwɪki/

Translation of quickie in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • [colloquial/familiar] uno rápido, una rápida just a quickie (question) solo una preguntita let's have a quickie (drink) tomémonos una copita (sex) echémonos un polvito [slang/argot] (before noun/delante del nombre) [divorce] rápido
    Example sentences
    • Let the last word rest with the Italian ambassador, Luigi Amaduzzi: ‘I asked the barmaid for a quickie.’
    • However during the first half I had to nip to the loo twice and on each journey I slugged another quickie of Rioja down.
    • Just a quickie tonight - I think it's only right and respectful on Australia Day to crack open a can of Fosters and celebrate with our friends on the other side of the world!
    Example sentences
    • Taking time means that while quickies are fun, really satisfying sex lasts a lot longer than 15 minutes.
    • Mary is undeterred; if she can't have sex with him, then she'll just have a quickie, damn it: she goes for his pants and he squeals like a girl - or like I do when Anne asks me if I know how horses eat grass.
    • Another magazine article revealed that when women want to have a fling they will pick a tall, dark and handsome type, thinking that guy doesn't want commitment because of this apparent statistic and therefore worth a quickie.

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