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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishagilea‧gile /ˈædʒaɪl $ ˈædʒəl/ ●○○ adjective  1 MOVE/CHANGE POSITIONable to move quickly and easily Dogs are surprisingly agile.2 INTELLIGENTsomeone who has an agile mind is able to think very quickly and intelligently He was physically strong and mentally agile.agility /əˈdʒɪləti/ noun [uncountable] With surprising agility, Karl darted across the road.
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agileThe best organizations use the team approach to stay agile and adaptable.Harvey is very agile and quick for a big man.You are a bit trimmer, more agile, better looking.As unlikely as it sounds, this combination of the spontaneous and the studied blends beautifully into an agile, exotic hybrid.But Clinton has an agile mind and he learns quickly.He reaches the ball a step ahead of an agile sprite named Molly, whose ponytail flows behind her baseball cap.The mouth is more agile than the eye, he wrote, the hand is more agile than the brain.It is, if possible, even more agile than the flute.
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