English version

rapid-fire

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Weapons
rapid-fireˈrapid-fire adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 1 FAST/QUICKrapid-fire questions, jokes etc are said quickly, one after another2 PMWa rapid-fire gun fires shots quickly, one after another
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rapid-fireTheir rapid-fire bravado masked economic and social insecurities.Sometimes they fall over one another, like shots from a rapid-fire camera.The new ships will have two sets of rapid-fire radar-controlled multi-barrel guns to shoot down missiles.I had no idea what my boss was ordering in rapid-fire requests to the busy chefs, and his translations were indecipherable.Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun, who speaks in rapid-fire spurts, knew he also had to think fast.
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