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quickfire

quick-fire [ˌkwɪkˈfaɪər] adj
[response, answer] → immédiat(e)
(SPORT) [point, try, equaliser]quick fix n
(= temporary solution) → solution f de fortune
(= easy solution) there is no quick fix → il n'y a pas de solution miracle
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