rapid fire

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Askeri) süratli ateş
seri ateş
(Askeri) SÜRATLİ ATEŞ: Hafif ateşli silahların veya otomatik silahların ateş hızı. Bu ateş, yavaş ateşten (slow fire) daha çabuk fakat çabuk ateşten (quick fire) daha yavaştır. Ayrıca bakınız: "fire"
(Askeri) hızlı ateş
rapid fire weapon
(Askeri) seri ateşli silah
rapid fire weapon
(Askeri) SERİ ATEŞLİ SİLAH: Süratli ateş etme kabiliyetinde silah
rapid-fire
seri ateşli
rapid-fire
süratle ateş eden
rapid-fire
seri ateş
rapidfire
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İngilizce - İngilizce
Quickly, with minimal time between occurrences

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

Delivered in a rapid continuous stream
Able to fire bullets in quick succession
A rapid-fire gun is one that shoots a lot of bullets very quickly, one after the other. In the back of the truck was a 12.7 millimeter rapid-fire machine gun
A rapid-fire conversation or speech is one in which people talk or reply very quickly. Yul listened to their sophisticated, rapid-fire conversation
A rapid-fire economic activity or development is one that takes place very quickly. the rapid-fire buying and selling of stocks
quick fire, fire which occurs in quick succession
rapidfire
In the United States army, designating such a gun, whether using fixed or separate ammunition, designed chiefly for use in coast batteries against torpedo vessels and the lightly armored batteries or other war vessels and for the protection of defensive mine fields; not distinguished from quick-fire
rapidfire
); In the United States navy, designating such a gun using fixed ammunition or metallic cartridge cases; distinguished from breech-loading (abbr
rapidfire
Rapid-fire guns in the navy also sometimes include automatic or semiautomatic rapid-fire guns; the former being automatic guns of not less than one inch caliber, firing a shell of not less than one pound weight, the explosion of each cartridge operating the mechanism for ejecting the empty shell, loading, and firing the next shot, the latter being guns that require one operation of the hand at each discharge, to load the gun
rapidfire
Capable of being fired rapidly; applied to single-barreled guns of greater caliber than small arms, mounted so as to be quickly trained and elevated, with a quick-acting breech mechanism operated by a single motion of a crank or lever abbr
rapidfire
applied to all guns loading with the charge in bags, and formerly from quick-fire
rapidfire
In Great Britain and Europe used, rarely, as synonymous with quick-fire
rapidfire
Firing shots in rapid succession
rapid fire

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    räpıd fayr

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    /ˈrapəd ˈfīr/ /ˈræpəd ˈfaɪr/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'ra-p&d ] (adjective.) 1634. Latin rapidus seizing, sweeping, rapid, from rapere to seize, sweep away; akin to Lithuanian aprepti to embrace.

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