briskly


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brisk

 (brĭsk)
adj. brisk·er, brisk·est
1. Marked by speed, liveliness, and vigor; energetic: had a brisk walk in the park.
2. Keen or sharp in speech or manner: a brisk greeting.
3. Stimulating and invigorating: a brisk wind.
4. Pleasantly zestful: a brisk tea.

[Probably of Scandinavian origin.]

brisk′ly adv.
brisk′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.briskly - in a brisk manner; "she walked briskly in the cold air"; "`after lunch,' she said briskly"

briskly

adverb
1. quickly, smartly, promptly, rapidly, readily, actively, efficiently, vigorously, energetically, pronto (informal), nimbly, posthaste Eve walked briskly down the corridor.
2. rapidly, quickly, apace, pdq (slang) A trader said gold was selling briskly on the local market.
3. brusquely, firmly, decisively, incisively 'Anyhow,' she added briskly, 'it's none of my business.'
Translations
بِرَشاقَه
hbitěživě
livligt
rösklega

briskly

[ˈbrɪsklɪ] ADV [speak, say] → enérgicamente; [walk, trot, march] → con brío, con paso enérgico
these goods are selling brisklyestos artículos se están vendiendo mucho

briskly

[ˈbrɪskli] adv
[walk, stride, step] → à vive allure
[sell] → très vite
[speak, add] → vivement

briskly

adv
speak, actforsch; walkflott
(Comm etc) trade, sell, bidlebhaft, rege

briskly

[ˈbrɪsklɪ] adv (move, speak) → bruscamente; (walk) → di buon passo; (act) → senza indugi
the wind was blowing briskly → soffiava un vento fresco

brisk

(brisk) adjective
active or fast moving. a brisk walk; Business was brisk today.
ˈbriskly adverb
References in classic literature ?
Sometimes after having been roasted in the fire, the natives snatch it briskly from the embers, and permitting it to slip out of the yielding rind into a vessel of cold water, stir up the mixture, which they call 'bo-a-sho'.
Just then a bell above the throne rang briskly, and the King gave another nervous jump.
And what if you are," Miss Rachael replied briskly.
Mr Pickering walked briskly along the road, then less briskly as he drew nearer the farm.
I'm real glad to see you,' she said briskly, when I landed in her yard.
If things never happened life would be pretty dull," said the Story Girl briskly.
Now when the uncle had arrived at his lodgings with his nephew, partly to indulge his own inclinations (for he dearly loved his bottle), and partly to disqualify his nephew from the immediate execution of his purpose, he ordered wine to be set on the table; with which he so briskly plyed the young gentleman, that this latter, who, though not much used to drinking, did not detest it so as to be guilty of disobedience or want of complacence by refusing, was soon completely finished.
I remembered her tripping briskly about the dining-room on her high heels, carrying a big trayful of dishes, glancing rather pertly at the spruce travelling men, and contemptuously at the scrubby ones-- who were so afraid of her that they didn't dare to ask for two kinds of pie.
Then Clever Elsie took the pitcher from the wall, went into the cellar, and tapped the lid briskly as she went, so that the time might not appear long.
How is it," she began, as usual in French, settling down briskly and fussily in the easy chair, "how is it Annette never got married?
They walked briskly on for an hour or two, for even little Button-Bright was a good walker and did not tire easily.
The more briskly they walked the more briskly walked she.