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rapid–fire

adjective rap·id–fire \ˌra-pəd-ˈfī(-ə)r\

: coming quickly one after another

of a weapon : able to quickly shoot bullets one after another

Full Definition of RAPID-FIRE

1
:  firing or adapted for firing shots in rapid succession
2
:  marked by rapidity, liveliness, or sharpness <a comedian with a rapid–fire delivery>

First Known Use of RAPID-FIRE

1890

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