But it shows that the Romney team is pretty quick on the uptake.
It is too early to tell, but we are hopeful to see if there is an uptake in sales given this recent exposure.
The skill with which he introduced the subject was enormous, but they were marvellously "quick in the uptake."
"Say 'at it is," cried Jess, who was quicker in the uptake than her daughter.
His mind was of that quick order which requires to be caught in the uptake rapidly in order to shine.
"I only said that the once," said Wully, shocked at her glibness in the uptake.
Quick though the French are at the uptake, it took the good Commandant just a little while to settle down to the odd position.
You are slower of the uptake, Anne, than is common with you.
Now at that time I own that I was not bright in the uptake about such things.
"Men are apt to be slow in the uptake," she added indulgently.
uptake up·take (ŭp'tāk')
The absorption by a tissue of a substance, such as a nutrient, and its permanent or temporary retention.