What does quicker mean?

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. quicker, fasteradverb

    more quickly

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  1. quicker

    Quicker is a comparative adjective that refers to something happening or moving at a faster speed or rate than something else. It can also refer to someone or something having the ability to complete a specific task or activity in a shorter period of time.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of quicker in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of quicker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of quicker in a Sentence

  1. Ron DeSantis:

    Not only do we think that that would be filling a need, but we also think we can do it quicker and more efficiently than FEMA. And so we've worked really hard to do that.

  2. Sebastian Vettel:

    I think we have done good steps in the past but probably not enough, compared to other people, so I think there's a lot of catching up for us to do, we need to make the car quicker, to put more downforce in it, make it more efficient at the same time, and add a bit of power.

  3. Etty Hillesum:

    One must also accept that one has 'uncreative' moments. The more honestly one can accept that, the quicker these moments will pass.

  4. Pierre Peron:

    They (government officials) have understood that in a crisis like this, you need to be able to get staff to the affected areas as quickly as possible, and humanitarian staff may be coming from other countries, in surge, they are facilitating those travel authorizations (to allow) staff to get on planes and travel to locations that they need to go to... it is much easier and much quicker.

  5. Andy Mawson:

    We think this technology could enable our team to reach some patients much quicker than ever before, in many cases this would ease the patient's suffering. In some cases, it would save their lives.

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    interchangeable with `means' in the expression `by means of'
    • A. impurity
    • B. dint
    • C. muddle
    • D. concoction

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