- adj.快速的; [摄]感光快的; 险峻的;
- 比较级: rapider;
- 最高级: rapidest;
- 副词: rapidly;
- 名词: rapidity;
His arm was a rapid blur of movement as he struck.
a period of rapid economic expansion
We have developed rapid order processing to expedite deliveries to customers.
The new trade agreement should facilitate more rapid economic growth.
The rapid development of technology means that she is now far behind, and will need retraining.
He lives in Rapid City, South Dakota.
He walked at a rapid pace with his back straight and his head held erect.
Leonard made a rapid calculation: he'd never make it in time.
The rapid movement of an object towards the eye triggers the blink reflex.
Increased consumption of water has led to rapid depletion of groundwater reserves.
He gave forth a series of works in rapid succession.
A cultural and social evolution now becomes rapid.
The current was rapid.
We heard the rapid crackle of automatic gunfire.
A rapid rise in price soon eventuated in mass unemployment.
Rapid industrial growth makes new demands on science and technology.
His rapid ascent in the social scale was surprising.
They pride themselves upon their child's rapid progress.
They asked their questions in rapid succession.
The detachment made a rapid march of 100 li in one night.
The problem of pollution arises along with the rapid development of industry.
Owing to the help from his comrades, he has made rapid progress.
The disease makes rapid progress.
He has made rapid and brilliant progress in his studies.
She had a strong will and power of rapid decision.
It is a rapid river.
Some show up ready, but many do not at this critical time when young brains are developing rapidly.
It will help your company expand more rapidly.
After the high-pressure Countdown round at this year's national MathCounts competition, in which the top 12 students went head to head solving complex problems in rapid fire, the finalists for the Math Video Challenge took the stage to show their videos.
Unemployment cannot be brought down rapidly, declared one 1935 analysis, because the workforce is unadaptable and untrained.
It represents the rapid technological advance in people's daily life.
But while the number of advertisements may have dipped, there has been a rapid spread of eco-labeling.
Yong Yu, a Chinese microbiologist, showed off the spacious building, with empty desks under an illustrated timeline detailing the rapid growth of China's Antarctic operations since the 1980s.
Add a rapidly changing economy and an uncertain future to this 24/7 connectivity, and you've got a recipe for overwork, according to Phyllis Moen.
The purpose of today’s lecture, as you have seen from the title and the abstract, is to examine in more detail the problems facing small- and medium-sized enterprises which arise at least in part from having to adapt to rapid advances in technology.
When you hear people speaking of making a rapid transition toward any type of energy, whether it is a switch from coal to nuclear power, or a switch from gasoline-powered cars to electric cars, or even a switch from an incandescent to a fluorescent light, understanding energy system inertia and momentum can help you decide whether their plans are feasible.
Politicians are fond of promising rapid energy transitions.
However, once China began embracing free-market reforms in the 1980s, followed by India in the 1990s, both countries achieved rapid growth.
What has contributed to the rapid economic growth in China and India
In a world struggling with rapid industrialization, science and technology seemed to offer solutions to almost every problem.
Both strains quickly invaded local hospitals when needle sharing and other unhealthy practices ensured the rapid spreading of the infection by bringing people into contact with contaminated body fluids.
Rapid economic development threatens animal habitats.
2019年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读C 选项
Progress in both area is undoubtedly necessary for the social, political and intellectual development of these and all other societies; however, the conventional view that education should be one of the very highest priorities for promoting rapid economic development in poor countries is wrong.
It is hard, the state argues, for judges to assess the implications of new and rapidly changing technologies.
1. a part of a river where the current is very fast
1. done or occurring in a brief period of time;
"a rapid rise through the ranks"
2. characterized by speed; moving with or capable of moving with high speed;
"a rapid movment"
"a speedy car"
"a speedy errand boy"
fast, quick, rapid, swift, hasty, prompt, speedy, instant
【修】快速;= Random Access Personnel Information System,随机存取人事信息系统; = Relative Address Programming Implementation Device, 相对地址程序设计实现装置; = Retrieval And Processing Information Display, 检索与处理信息显示