Synonyms of quick in English:

quick


See definition of quick

adjective

1‘John was generally a quick worker’

SYNONYMS

fast, swift, rapid, speedy, high-speed, expeditious

brisk, lively, sprightly, nimble, prompt

lightning, meteoric, overnight, whirlwind, fast-track, whistle-stop, breakneck, smart

informal nippy, zippy

British informal cracking

literary fleet

rare tantivy, alacritous, volant

ANTONYMS

slow

2‘she took a quick look behind her’

SYNONYMS

hasty, hurried, cursory, perfunctory, superficial, desultory, incidental, summary, glancing

brief, short, fleeting, passing, transient, transitory, short-lived, flying, lightning, momentary, temporary

ANTONYMS

long, careful

3‘there was no quick end to the recession’

SYNONYMS

sudden, instantaneous, immediate, instant, abrupt, sharp, precipitate, breakneck, headlong

4‘she isn't as quick as the others, but she works hard’

SYNONYMS

intelligent, bright, clever, gifted, able, brilliant, astute, quick-witted, sharp-witted, ready, quick off the mark

observant, alert, sharp, wide awake, receptive, perceptive

informal brainy, smart, on the ball, on one's toes, quick on the uptake, genius

North American informal whip-smart

ANTONYMS

stupid