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English adjective: brisk

1. brisk quick and energetic


SamplesA brisk walk in the park.
A lively gait.
A merry chase.
Traveling at a rattling rate.
A snappy pace.
A spanking breeze.


Synonymsalert, lively, merry, rattling, snappy, spanking, zippy


Similarenergetic


Antonymslethargic, unenrgetic

2. brisk imparting vitality and energy


SamplesThe bracing mountain air.


Synonymsbracing, fresh, refreshful, refreshing, tonic


Similarinvigorating


Antonymsdebilitating

3. brisk very active


SamplesDoing a brisk business.


Similaractive


Antonymsinactive


English verb: brisk

1. brisk (change) become brisk


SamplesBusiness brisked up.


Synonymsbrisk up, brisken


Pattern of useSomething ----s


Broader (hypernym)accelerate, quicken, speed, speed up









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