Origin of rapid-fire
Definition for rapid-fire (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for rapid-fire
The show offers no cathartic “gotcha” moments, no easy answers, and no rapid-fire dialogue.
There are no cathartic ‘gotcha’ moments, no easy answers, and no rapid-fire dialogue.
Here, he riffs on his rapid-fire style, why politics is as funny as ever, and more.
Mixed in with his rapid-fire prophecies are plenty of provocative assessments of the present.Welcome to Tyler Cowen’s Future of Genius Machines|Robert Herritt|September 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That seems like quite a long lapse in this day and age of rapid-fire foreign remakes (see: Let Me In).‘Oldboy’: Spike Lee & Josh Brolin's Thriller Remake|Victoria Kezra|July 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Rapid-fire guns of this class represent the most effective form of modern ordnance.The Progress of Invention in the Nineteenth Century.|Edward W. Byrn
In the case of rapid-fire guns explain how to adjust firing mechanism, percussion, and electric (if so equipped).The Gunner's Examiner|Harold E. Cloke
The rapid-fire gun here shown is a model of a three-inch field gun mounted upon a special carriage.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
With respect to rapid-fire shooting, how does the telescopic sight on a four-power scope work out?Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
On deck they heard Captain Williamson giving a series of rapid-fire orders.First at the North Pole|Edward Stratemeyer
British Dictionary definitions for rapid-fire
- firing shots rapidly
- denoting medium-calibre mounted guns designed for rapid fire