a quick one

British informal
an alcoholic drink that you drink quickly

Have you got time for a quick one after work?

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • quick one — AND quickie 1. n. a quick drink of booze; a single beer consumed rapidly. □ I could use a quick one about now. □ I only have time for a quickie. 2. n. a quick sex act. (Usually objectionable.) □ They’re in the bedroom having a quick one …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • quick one —    a drink of intoxicant    Not necessarily drunk by an addict:     His short sharp nose looked as if it had hung over a lot of quick ones in its time. (Chandler, 1943) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • quick one — n. sexual relations done quickly …   English slang

  • quick one —  n. Drink (usu. in a hurry) …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • A Quick One — Studio album by The Who Released 9 December 1966 (UK) May 1967 (US) …   Wikipedia

  • A Quick One — Studioalbum von The Who Veröffentlichung 9. Dezember 1966 Label Reaction Records …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • A Quick One — Álbum de The Who Publicación 9 de diciembre de 1966 Grabación Septiembre noviembre de 1966 Género(s) Rock, Pop, rock psicodélico …   Wikipedia Español

  • A Quick One — Album par The Who Sortie 3 décembre 1966 Enregistrement De septembre à novembre 1966 aux studios IBC, aux studios Pye et aux studios Regent Sound Durée 31:48 Genre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • (a) quick one — a quick one british informal phrase an alcoholic drink that you drink quickly Have you got time for a quick one after work? Thesaurus: types and amounts of alcoholic drinkshyponym general words for drinkssynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • a quick one — 1. A quick drink 2. A quickie • • • Main Entry: ↑quick …   Useful english dictionary

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