• IPA: /ˈnɪmbl̩/

nimble (comparative nimbler, superlative nimblest)

  1. Adept at taking or grasping
    nimble fingers
  2. Quick and light in movement or action.
    He was too nimble for the assailant and easily escaped his grasp.
  3. Quick-witted and alert.
    She has a nimble mind and can improvise in any situation.
  • (quick and light in movement or action) sluggish
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