Rapid-fire definition

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Marked by continuous rapid occurrence.

Rapid-fire questions.

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Firing or capable of firing shots in rapid succession.
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(of a gun) Able to fire bullets in quick succession.
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Designed to fire shots in rapid succession.

A rapid-fire machine gun.

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(of a series of questions) Delivered in a rapid continuous stream.
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Quickly, with minimal time between occurrences.

The attorney peppered him with rapid fire questions, barely giving him time to reply.

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Done, delivered, proceeding, or carried on swiftly and sharply.

Rapid-fire talk.

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