- IPA[ˈrapəd ˈˌfī(ə)r]
- (especially of something said in dialogue or done in a sequence) unhesitating and rapid；(of a gun) able to fire shots in rapid succession.
- 1. (especially of something said in dialogue or done in a sequence) unhesitating and rapid a rapid-fire exchange of questions and answers
- ▪ (of a gun) able to fire shots in rapid succession.
- another term for quick-fire
1961年1月20日,天氣寒冷卻晴朗. 已故的美國前總統 John Fitzgerald Kennedy 在國會大廈前,對著眾多觀禮者發表了戶外的總統就職演說 迥異於競選期間連珠砲式的演說方式, Kennedy這回說話速度放慢, 並在特定的語句及演說的聲調與節奏上特別予以...
...latter portion of the sleep cycle, characterized by rapid horizontal eye movements, stimulation of the pons... are a random event caused by firing of neurons in the brain. This random firing...
... about 20 missing men in this village. Rapid development of China make farmland disappear, and land... An-men incident, Chinese police fire a gun at protestor for the first time. According...