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rapid

adjective     /ˈræp.ɪd/
fast or sudden 快的;迅猛的 The 1990s were a period of rapid change/growth. 20世紀90年代是一個迅猛突變/發展的時期。 I was startled by a rapid movement to my left. 我左邊甚麽東西猛地動了一下,嚇了我一跳。 His response to the accusation was rapid. 他對這種指責馬上作出了回應。 Fast and rapidShort in time
rapidity     /rəˈpɪd.ɪ.ti/ US  /-ə.t̬i/ noun [U] formal rapidly     /ˈræp.ɪd.li/ adverb Fast and rapidShort in time
Translations of “rapid”
in Arabic مُسْرِع…
in Korean 빠른…
in Malaysian cepat…
in French rapide…
in Turkish hızlı, süratli, çok çabuk…
in Italian rapido…
in Russian быстрый…
in Polish gwałtowny, błyskawiczny…
in Vietnamese nhanh…
in Spanish rápido, rápidamente…
in Portuguese rápido, súbito…
in Thai รวดเร็ว…
in German schnell…
in Catalan ràpid…
in Japanese 急な, 速い…
in Indonesian cepat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快的, 迅猛的…
(Definition of rapid from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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