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rapid-fire

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈræp.ɪd.faɪər/ US  /-faɪr/
describes questions or jokes which come very quickly one after another
(问题、玩笑)连珠炮般的,一个接一个的,接二连三的
Fast and rapidShort in time
Translations of “rapid-fire”
in Chinese (Traditional) (問題、玩笑)連珠炮般的,一個接一個的,接二連三的…
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