Grammar Patterns

Combining forms

The 'quick-' group

These combining forms combine with present participles. The adjectives formed indicate that someone or something does something quickly or slowly.
One fairly quick-growing shrub for good all-year-round interest is Euonymus alatus.
  • fast- (graded)
  • quick- (graded)
  • slow- (graded)
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