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Definition of Nimble

Nimble

  1. Light and quick in motion; moving with ease and celerity; lively; swift.

Nimble Quotations

Those little nimble musicians of the air, that warble forth their curious ditties, with which nature hath furnished them to the shame of art.
Izaak Walton

Famous pivot stories are often failures but you don't need to fail before you pivot. All a pivot is is a change is strategy without a change in vision. Whenever entrepreneurs see a new way to achieve their vision - a way to be more successful - they have to remain nimble enough to take it.
Eric Ries

For me, I think the bigger something is, the more difficult it is to make it nimble and fleet afoot.
Cate Blanchett

The point is that instead of a monolithic brick of printed content - delivered more or less unchanged to all subscribers - social media offers news that is personalized and nimble.
Ryan Holmes

It seems to me that Sotheby's is very much like the British monarchy: an old and apparently very venerable institution which is in fact very nimble on its feet, an institution invested with a great deal more self-interest than the public image would suggest.
Robert Lacey
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Nimble Translations

nimble in French is agile
nimble in German is flink, flink, behende
nimble in Italian is agile
nimble in Swedish is flink, vig