(formerly) a lively used in marching.
music adapted to such a march, or in a brisk march rhythm.
a lively or combination of in ballroom dancing.
a modern ballroom dance in rapid quadruple time
a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance
verb -steps, -stepping, -stepped
(intransitive) to perform this dance
[kwik-tem-perd] /ˈkwɪkˈtɛm pərd/ adjective 1. easily angered. adjective 1. readily roused to anger; irascible
noun 1. someone who is able to learn a new job or adjust to a new social environment in a short time. 2. an actor who can learn lines and become proficient in a role on short notice.
/ˈkwɪkˌθɔːn/ noun 1. hawthorn, esp when planted as a hedge
graphics, standard, file format, product Apple Computer’s standard for integrating full-motion video and digitised sound into application programs. [Details? Archives?] (1995-04-21)
noun 1. Military. a rate of marching in which 120 paces, each of 30 inches (76.2 cm), are taken in a minute. noun 1. (military) the normal marching rate of 120 paces to the minute Compare double time (sense 3), double time (sense 4)