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The example sentences of QUICK AS A WINK in videos (1 in total of 1)

the determiner little adjective old adjective man noun, singular or mass reached verb, past participle down adverb to to grab verb, base form him personal pronoun , but coordinating conjunction quick adjective as preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner wink noun, singular or mass , the determiner gingerbread proper noun, singular man proper noun, singular ran verb, past tense

English idiom

What does "quick as a wink" mean?
"quick as a wink" is an English idiom. Meaning "Incredibly quickly or speedily."

Similar phrases & idioms

get the gist

To understand the central, essential, or general matter of something, such a ...

To understand the central, essential, or general matter of something, such as an argument, speech, concept, process, etc., without being proficient in the more specific details.

infatuated with

Enamored of or in love with someone or something.

Enamored of or in love with someone or something.

see is

To recognize one's true identity or nature.

To recognize one's true identity or nature.

necessary evil

Something bad that must exist or occur in order for something good to happen.

Something bad that must exist or occur in order for something good to happen.

a standstill

A period in which something is stopped or halted.

A period in which something is stopped or halted.