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crash course

noun [C] uk   us  
a course that teaches you a lot of basic facts in a very short time: I did/took a crash course in French before my trip to Paris.
Translations of “crash course”
in Chinese (Traditional) 速成班, 短訓班, 速成教程…
in Russian ускоренный курс…
in Turkish hızlandırılmış yoğun kurs…
in Chinese (Simplified) 速成班, 短训班, 速成教程…
in Polish kurs ekspresowy…
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