a quiche containing bits of bacon or ham and often cheese.
[keech-wah, -wuh] /ˈkitʃ wɑ, -wə/ noun, plural Quichuas (especially collectively) Quichua. 1. . [kech-wah, -wuh] /ˈkɛtʃ wɑ, -wə/ noun, plural Quechuas (especially collectively) Quechua for 2. 1. the language of the Inca civilization, presently spoken by about 7 million people in Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. 2. a member of an Indian people of […]
[kwik] /kwɪk/ adjective, quicker, quickest. 1. done, proceeding, or occurring with promptness or rapidity, as an action, process, etc.; prompt; immediate: a quick response. 2. that is over or completed within a short interval of time: a quick shower. 3. moving, or able to move, with speed: a quick fox; a quick train. 4. swift […]
adjective 1. Informal. . noun 2. Slang. . adjective Hastily done as an expedient; slipshod: The gossip in this quick-and-dirty, self-pitying memoir (1977+) noun greasy spoon (1968+) jargon, programming Describes a crock put together under time or user pressure. Used especially when you want to convey that you think the fast way might lead to […]
- Quick and the dead
The living and the dead, as in The explosion was loud enough to wake the quick and the dead . Although quick has been used for “living” since the 9th century a.d. , it survives only in this idiom and in cut to the quick , and may be obsolescent.