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  1. rapid

    • IPA[ˈrapɪd]

    英式

    • adj.
      happening in a short time or at a great rate;(of an action) characterized by great speed
    • n.
      a fast-flowing and turbulent part of the course of a river
    • noun: rapid, plural noun: rapids

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. happening in a short time or at a great rate:

      the country's rapid economic decline

      they lost three wickets in rapid succession

    • 2. (of an action) characterized by great speed:

      they made a rapid exit

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a fast-flowing and turbulent part of the course of a river:

      those of you looking for adventure can shoot the rapids

    • adj. (especially of something said in dialogue or done in a sequence) unhesitating and rapid:

    • a rapid-fire exchange of questions and answers

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    • ph. a city in southwestern South Dakota, the commercial center for Black Hills and Mount Rushmore tourism; population 65,491 (est. 2008).

    • a rapid-fire exchange of questions and answers

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    • n. a form of high-speed urban passenger transport such as an elevated railway system:

    • a rapid-transit light rail system

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    • n. a form of high-speed urban passenger transportation such as a subway or elevated railroad system:

    • a rapid-transit light rail system

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    • adj. another term for quick-fire

    • a rapid-transit light rail system

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    • n. a jerky motion of a person's eyes occurring in REM sleep.

    • a rapid-transit light rail system

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    • n. a jerky motion of a person's eyes occurring in REM sleep.

    • a rapid-transit light rail system

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    • ph. following one another at short intervals

    • a rapid-transit light rail system

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    • IPA[ˈrapəd]

    美式

    • adj.
      happening in a short time or at a fast pace:
    • the country's rapid economic decline

      he was disposing of wives in rapid succession

    • n.
      a fast-flowing and turbulent part of the course of a river:
    • those of you looking for adventure can shoot the rapids

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