[kwik-fahyuh r] /ˈkwɪkˈfaɪər/
firing or equipped for firing rapidly, especially at moving targets.
a single shot or several shots fired at a rapid rate from small arms at a target, especially one presented unexpectedly.
rapid continuous gunfire, esp at a moving target
Also quick-firing. capable of or designed for quick fire
(informal) rapid or following one another in rapid succession: quick-fire questions
noun, Informal. 1. an expedient, temporary solution, especially one that merely postpones having to cope with an overall problem. noun phrase A hasty repair or relief job: He called my idea a quick fix at best, but he’d do it [1966+; fr fix as ”repair” influenced by fix as ”dose of narcotics”]
[kwik-freez] /ˈkwɪkˈfriz/ verb (used with object), quick-froze, quick-frozen, quick-freezing. 1. to freeze (cooked or uncooked food) rapidly, permitting it to be stored almost indefinitely at freezing temperatures. verb -freezes, -freezing, -froze, -frozen 1. (transitive) to preserve (food) by subjecting it to rapid refrigeration at temperatures of 0°C or lower
noun 1. the couch grass, Agropyron repens. noun 1. another name for couch grass
[kwench] /kwɛntʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to slake, satisfy, or allay (thirst, desires, passion, etc.). 2. to put out or extinguish (fire, flames, etc.). 3. to cool suddenly by plunging into a liquid, as in tempering steel by immersion in water. 4. to subdue or destroy; overcome; quell: to quench an uprising. 5. Electronics. […]