quicker

[ UK /kwˈɪkɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈkwɪkɝ/ ]
ADVERB
  1. more quickly
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How To Use quicker In A Sentence

  • It might be helpful and quicker to work with a good private teacher who plays the altissimo register.
  • You get more sleep and you get your life back quicker. Times, Sunday Times
  • Given the success in calming down Baghdad's neighborhoods, it would seem unlikely that the Petraeus doctrine will be rolled back ... on the other hand, Casey reportedly has been among those pressing for a quicker withdrawal from Iraq and McChrystal's mission may be to send as many troops home as he can. Who Replaces Petraeus? - Swampland - TIME.com
  • This institute shall act as a repository for all modern extrication and medical relief techniques to ensure quicker rescue and provide prompt medical relief, comparable to international standards.
  • The tighter the tuck and the more velocity you have going into the wall, the quicker the turn will be.
  • You don't get there any quicker by being 20 centimetres rather than 20 metres from the vehicle in front.
  • Small favas, which the Egyptians call ful hammam, or bath beans, are not only quicker to cook, they're easier to peel. Ellen Kanner: Meatless Monday: Ful For Love
  • Some experts claim it's better to elect for a controlled cut, while others say tearing is preferable as the healing time's quicker.
  • He's a different player, much quicker and more agile. The Sun
  • For those drivers who slip the clutch frequently, yours will wear out quicker than a driver that does not slip the clutch.
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