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The meaning of Swifter

swɪft

Swifter – definition

adverb

Swiftly.

Usage examples:

Streams that ran swift and clear
noun

A swift-flying insectivorous bird with long, slender wings and a superficial resemblance to a swallow, spending most of its life on the wing.

Usage examples:

The white-throated swift is a large, slender swift with long wings and a narrow tail, usually held …
noun

A moth, typically yellow-brown in colour, with fast darting flight. the eggs are scattered in flight and the larvae live underground feeding on roots, where they can be a serious pest.

noun

A light, adjustable reel for holding a skein of silk or wool.

Usage examples:

Illustrated in the book are other articles made in the dominy shop for family use, such as a wooden…
adjective

Moving or able to move at great speed, or happening within a very short time; fast or quick

Usage examples:

A swift current carried him downstream., public reaction has been swift and negative., the sky was …
noun

Abbreviation for society for worldwide interbank financial telecommunications: an electronic system used by banks and financial organizations around the world for sending payments to each other

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更快

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Sneller

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Plus rapide

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Schneller

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तेज

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Più veloce

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더 빨리

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Быстрее

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Más rápido

Word origin

Old English (as an adjective), from the Germanic base of Old English swīfan ‘move in a course, sweep’. The bird name dates from the mid 17th century.

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