sharpish

sharpish

(ˈʃɑːpɪʃ)
adj
fairly sharp
adv
informal promptly; quickly
Translations

sharpish

[ˈʃɑːpɪʃ] ADV (= quickly) → rapidito
it needs to be ready sharpishhay que hacerlo rapidito

sharpish

[ˈʃɑːrpɪʃ] adv (British) (= quickly) → en vitesse

sharpish

adv (Brit inf) → schnell, fix (inf)

sharpish

[ˈʃɑːpɪʃ] adv (Brit) (fam) (quickly) → subito
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
So it may appear slightly ironic that they are now relying on former Scottish Labour health secretary Susan Deacon - the new broom at the SPA - to sort it out sharpish.
Leanne wants some time to think about it, but when Tracy Barlow blabs the happy news she ends up having to decide sharpish.
Lachlan and Chrissie are questioned by police Chrissie scoots off sharpish to find the gun's hiding place, but has to do a runner when the police arrive.
However, unless she learns sharpish to put her brain in gear and curb her anger she will continue to put her foot in her mouth.
After her split from the MP, Ms Danczuk realised pretty sharpish that when she's not attached to anyone famous, no one's interested in what she does or says.
I packed my bags pretty sharpish," said the Leinster back row.
It's a terrific premise, made all the better by a sharpish script and decent on-screen chemistry between Wayans and Johnson.
MARTIN FOWLER LAST SEEN IN 2007 He'd be wise to get back to the Square sharpish or neglected wife Sonia will seek comfort in Tina's arms
Otherwise, you were worried that you'd be stopped by the police and be told to get the job done sharpish.
The December month should see a sharpish decline in inflation, so basically, from the tail end of this year to the three months of the next calendar year," he said.
So, if you'd love to see a lesser-spotted true musical maverick up close and in the flesh, you'd better book those tickets sharpish.