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rapid

adjective
 
/ˈræp·ɪd/
happening or moving very quickly
ràpid
rapid change
rapidly /ˈræp·ɪd·li/ adverb
ràpidament
Translations of “rapid”
in Korean 빠른…
in Arabic مُسْرِع…
in French rapide…
in Italian rapido…
in Chinese (Traditional) 快的, 迅猛的…
in Russian быстрый…
in Turkish hızlı, süratli, çok çabuk…
in Polish gwałtowny, błyskawiczny…
in Spanish rápidamente…
in Portuguese rápido, súbito…
in German schnell…
in Japanese 急な, 速い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快的, 迅猛的…
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