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"high-speed" in American English

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high-speedadjective

 /ˈhɑɪˈspid/
moving or ​operating at a ​fastrate: a high-speed ​drill
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"high-speed" in Business English

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high-speedadjective [before noun]

uk   us   /ˌhaɪˈspiːd/
used to describe something that ​moves or ​operates very quickly: high-speed access/communication/transmission The 3G ​standard is ​designed to ​offer high-speed ​access and "always on" ​mobileInternetlinks. a high-speed ​computer/​network High-speed ​rail between the two cities is still a ​long way from ​happening.
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Translations of “high-speed”
in Arabic فائق السرعة…
in Korean 고속…
in Portuguese de alta velocidade…
in Catalan d’alta velocitat…
in Japanese 高速の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快速的,高速的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 快速的,高速的…
in Italian ad alta velocità…
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