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rapido

[ rah-pee-doh; Spanish rah-pee-thaw; Italian rah-pee-daw ]
/ ˈrɑ piˌdoʊ; Spanish ˈrɑ piˌðɔ; Italian ˈrɑ pi dɔ /
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noun, plural ra·pi·dos [rah-pee-dohz; Spanish rah-pee-thaws], /ˈrɑ piˌdoʊz; Spanish ˈrɑ piˌðɔs/, Italian ra·pi·di [rah-pee-dee]. /ˈrɑ pi di/. (esp. in Spain, Italy, and Latin America)
an express train.
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Origin of rapido

1955–60; <Italian rapido,Spanish rápido (noun use of adj.). See rapid
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