Translation of lickety-split in Spanish:

lickety-split

Pronunciation: /ˌlɪkətɪˈsplɪt//ˌlɪkədiˈsplɪt/

adverb

  • 1

    (full speed)
    a todo lo que da informal
    a todo gas informal
    • Hmm… I don't think Nathaniel is gone for good just yet, although he is not in this chapter… besides, what fun would it be if Thomas and Kate just got together lickety-split?
    • After all, they already assemble and disassemble floors lickety-split on top of hockey rinks.
    • Despite stock market woes, people are still buying housing lickety-split, fueled by piles of equity in their current properties and rock-bottom mortgage interest rates.
    • There's only one man for the job - and I know he'll have you out of here lickety-split.
    • We also ordered a bottle of sake, which arrived lickety-split.
    • The man should be lauded for wanting to get places lickety-split.
    • And yet he's had a very sunny disposition, telling great stories about how everybody is moving through lickety-split.
    • While leaving day-to-day operations to company veterans - unlike most other turnaround artists, he doesn't bring in his own managers - he assembles a restructuring plan lickety-split.
    • You would think that he would tell him to rattle the cage of the Auditor General, and get a report in lickety-split so that they could make an intelligent assessment.
    • The first theme, a lickety-split series of parallel chords hopping up the keyboard, sounds like the giddy mockery of an older person's pomposity.
    • The high-pressure water stream can eat a hole in your fence or make kindling out of your lattice lickety-split.
    • If the human rights committee of the United Nations makes recommendations, there are members in this House who would have those implemented in New Zealand lickety-split.
    • Before you go from 5K runner to marathoner lickety-split, you'll have to address the second tenet of neuromuscular training: teaching your mind to push through pain, because - we won't lie to you - there's a lot of it.
    • Whipping out lickety-split footwork and curiously fey gestures in improbable succession, his character seemed controlled by external forces.
    • However, I can now turn over my OR and do my machine check or jam a needle into your spine lickety-split.
    • These include a lickety-split Don Giovanni (live from Aix), a disc of Beethoven overtures, and Brahms's Third and Fourth Symphonies.
    • The first movement, a lickety-split toccata, exploits what Lees calls a ‘trill’ idea and what I think of as more of a skip.
    • Sure enough, the paint rubs off, lickety-split.
    • If he really was a stalker, he'd find it lickety-split.
    • Once mealtime is over, cleanup is lickety-split too.
  • 2

    (right away)
    en menos de lo que canta un gallo