noun ra·pi·do \ˈräpēˌdō\

Definition of rapido



  1. :  an express train of Italy, Spain, or Latin America

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Origin and Etymology of rapido

Italian (from rapido, adjective, rapid, from Latin rapidus) & Spanish rápido, from rápido, adjective, rapid, from Latin rapidus — more at rapid

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a trip made at another's expense

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