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adjective 
  1. quick and neat in action; skillful
He assembled it in one fluid, motion.
Etymology: Middle English defte, daft "gentle", from Old English gedífte "mild, meek", from common Germanic
  • gadafta-, derived from
  • dab- "be suitable", from Proto-Indo-European
  • dhabh- "fitting, fit together". Near cognates include Gothic (gadÅfs) "suitable". Further cognates include Russian Ñ (dobro) "good" and Latin faber "craftsman; skillful".



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