quick motion

Related to quick motion: Daily motion
Translations

quick motion

nSchnellgang m; in quick motion (Film) → im Zeitraffer
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References in classic literature ?
With a quick motion of his hand, as he sat in the awning- covered stern with Tom, Ned and the others, Jacinto sent the chunk of meat out into the muddy stream.
Silence and thoughtfulness succeeded the gayety and conversation that had prevailed during the commencement of the ride, as clouds began to gather about the heavens, apparently collecting from every quarter, in quick motion, without the agency of a breath of air,
All three are the clumsy devices, coming now too late, now too early, by which Society would register the quick motions of man.
Scotch, he said, exploded into a quick motion creating a noticeable gap despite his threatening opponents.
In one quick motion, push your body up with your arms and tuck your feet up and under you.
Apart from this, Waring previously claimed in (https://www.ufosightingsdaily.com/2019/03/asteroid-bennu-close-ups-of-alien-ships.html) another post that NASA chooses asteroids to study depending on the "closest, slowest and with the most alien tech on it." He argued that asteroid Bennu, which made headlines recently due to its quick motion, has abandoned ships, pyramids, towers and buildings.
With barely an answer from Jeremy, the girl stood up and did the dance move, squatting low in a quick motion which left the audience whooping and squealing in excitement.
(To help keep the fish from sticking, don't flip it too soon, and flip the fish with a purposeful, quick motion.)
Tells the story in one smooth, quick motion. With a little cheeky twist in the end.
In one quick motion, he twirls the day's newspaper into a cylindrical shape and places it in the door handle.
Pull the meat from the seal in one quick motion. The meat pulled from the seal is used for a variety of things but is incidental to the preparation of the Giviak.