Definition of quick-match in English:

quick-match

noun

historical
  • A material, typically cotton cord, that has been impregnated or coated with gunpowder; a quick-burning fuse made from this material, used for firing cannon, igniting fireworks, etc.

Origin

Late 17th century. From quick + match.

Pronunciation

quick-match

/ˈkwɪkmatʃ/