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tráemelo rápido!

  • 1 rápido

    adj.
    1 fast, quick, speedy, swift.
    2 fast, express, overnight, quick.
    3 prompt, expeditious, quick, dynamic.
    4 fast, breakneck.
    adv.
    fast, quickly.
    intj.
    hurry up, quick, let's hurry up, let's hurry.
    m.
    1 rapid, stream, riffle, shoot.
    2 express train, fast train.
    * * *
    1 quick, fast
    1 quickly
    ¡rápido! hurry up!, make it snappy!
    1 (tren) fast train, express train
    1 (del río) rapids
    ————————
    1 (tren) fast train, express train
    * * *
    1. (f. - rápida)
    adj.
    fast, quick, swift
    2. adv.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=veloz) fast, quick; [tren] fast, express
    2) And, Caribe, Cono Sur [campo, paisaje] fallow
    3) Caribe [tiempo] clear
    2.

    ¡y rápido, eh! — and make it snappy! *

    3. SM
    1) (Ferro) express
    2) And, Caribe, Cono Sur (=campo) open country
    3)

    rápidos(=rabiones) rapids

    * * *
    I
    - da adverbio <hablar/trabajar> quickly, fast; <conducir/ir> fast

    vamos, rápido, que es tarde! — quick o hurry, we're late!

    tráemelo rápido! — bring it to me, quick!

    II
    adjetivo < aumento> rapid; < cambio> quick, rapid, swift; < desarrollo> rapid, swift

    a paso rápido — quickly, swiftly

    III
    1) (Ferr) express train, fast train
    2) rápidos masculino plural (Geog) rapids (pl)
    * * *
    = cursory, fast [faster -comp., fastest -sup.], fleeting, meteoric, prompt, quick [quicker -comp., quickest -sup.], rapid, ready [readier -comp., readiest -sup.], speedy [speedier -comp., speediest -sup.], swift [swifter -comp., swiftest -sup.], expeditious, fast-paced [fast paced], quick-fire, quick and dirty, rapid paced, accelerated, nifty [niftier -comp., nifitiest -sup.], nippy [nippier -comp., nippiest -sup.].
    Ex. A cursory glance at the first column on this page of the schedules shows you that the terms listed here have a code number assigned to each.
    Ex. This arrangement is faster than waiting until documents are ordered.
    Ex. From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
    Ex. This article discusses the serious implications of published research on price comparisons, especially when periodical prices are experiencing a meteoric rise.
    Ex. In some instances the exploitation of centralised cataloguing records contributes to more prompt cataloguing, since less local cataloguing needs to be performed.
    Ex. Fixed length fields the are economical on storage space, and records using fixed length fields are quick and easy to code.
    Ex. Currency is more important in subjects where developments are rapid, than in more stable areas.
    Ex. Any shelf arrangement systems which do not permit ready location of specific documents are cumbersome for the user or member of staff seeking a specific document.
    Ex. Thus familiarity with normal filing orders becomes an important factor in complete and speedy retrieval from almost all printed sources.
    Ex. For example, books close to the door and the circulation desk may be intended for the user who merely wishes to make a swift selection of items to take away and read elsewhere.
    Ex. Activities can be plotted to allow the librarian to determine the most expeditious route that can be taken to finish the event.
    Ex. Access to current, reliable quality news is an important need in the fast-paced environment of all large corporations and service organisations.
    Ex. The librarian should be at pains to avoid the quick-fire response of the quiz contestant.
    Ex. A ' quick and dirty' method is for all participants to select their 'favourite five' from each category.
    Ex. This is a rapid paced, 30 minute session that introduces students to the concept of a search strategy and to various reference sources in print.
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    Ex. Cannes and Monaco have lots of money, beautiful women, nifty cars, lots of style and arrogance.
    Ex. Around city and suburbs, the car is nippy and responds well.
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    * actuar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * a un paso rápido = at a rapid pace.
    * a un ritmo rápido = at a rapid pace.
    * avance rápido de imágenes = fast motion.
    * cada vez más rápido = ever faster.
    * comenzar muy rápido = be off to a fast start.
    * comenzar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * comida rápida = junk food.
    * comprobación rápida = spot check.
    * consulta rápida = ready reference.
    * creación rápida de prototipos = rapid prototyping.
    * de crecimiento más rápido = fastest-growing.
    * de crecimiento rápido = fast-growing, fast-evolving.
    * de desarrollo rápido = fast-evolving.
    * de movimientos rápidos = quick-moving.
    * de rápido crecimiento = rapidly expanding, rapidly growing.
    * de una forma rápida = quickly.
    * de un modo rápido = overnight, at short notice.
    * empezar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * ir rápido = fly.
    * menos rápidos, los = less fleet of foot, the.
    * mirar rápida y brevemente = catch + sight of.
    * mucho más rápido = far faster.
    * muy frecuente y rápido = rapid-fire.
    * obras de consulta rápida = quick reference material.
    * rápida y enormemente = at a bound.
    * rápidos = rapids.
    * reaccionar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * recordar de un modo rápido = sweep back to.
    * responder rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * restaurante de comida rápida = fast-food restaurant.
    * ser de crecimiento rápido = be a quick grower.
    * ser muy rápido = be quick off + Posesivo + feet.
    * ser rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * tan rápido como una liebre = as quick as a wink.
    * tan rápido como un rayo = as quick as a wink.
    * tan rápido como un relámpago = as quick as a wink.
    * * *
    I
    - da adverbio <hablar/trabajar> quickly, fast; <conducir/ir> fast

    vamos, rápido, que es tarde! — quick o hurry, we're late!

    tráemelo rápido! — bring it to me, quick!

    II
    adjetivo < aumento> rapid; < cambio> quick, rapid, swift; < desarrollo> rapid, swift

    a paso rápido — quickly, swiftly

    III
    1) (Ferr) express train, fast train
    2) rápidos masculino plural (Geog) rapids (pl)
    * * *
    = cursory, fast [faster -comp., fastest -sup.], fleeting, meteoric, prompt, quick [quicker -comp., quickest -sup.], rapid, ready [readier -comp., readiest -sup.], speedy [speedier -comp., speediest -sup.], swift [swifter -comp., swiftest -sup.], expeditious, fast-paced [fast paced], quick-fire, quick and dirty, rapid paced, accelerated, nifty [niftier -comp., nifitiest -sup.], nippy [nippier -comp., nippiest -sup.].

    Ex: A cursory glance at the first column on this page of the schedules shows you that the terms listed here have a code number assigned to each.

    Ex: This arrangement is faster than waiting until documents are ordered.
    Ex: From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
    Ex: This article discusses the serious implications of published research on price comparisons, especially when periodical prices are experiencing a meteoric rise.
    Ex: In some instances the exploitation of centralised cataloguing records contributes to more prompt cataloguing, since less local cataloguing needs to be performed.
    Ex: Fixed length fields the are economical on storage space, and records using fixed length fields are quick and easy to code.
    Ex: Currency is more important in subjects where developments are rapid, than in more stable areas.
    Ex: Any shelf arrangement systems which do not permit ready location of specific documents are cumbersome for the user or member of staff seeking a specific document.
    Ex: Thus familiarity with normal filing orders becomes an important factor in complete and speedy retrieval from almost all printed sources.
    Ex: For example, books close to the door and the circulation desk may be intended for the user who merely wishes to make a swift selection of items to take away and read elsewhere.
    Ex: Activities can be plotted to allow the librarian to determine the most expeditious route that can be taken to finish the event.
    Ex: Access to current, reliable quality news is an important need in the fast-paced environment of all large corporations and service organisations.
    Ex: The librarian should be at pains to avoid the quick-fire response of the quiz contestant.
    Ex: A ' quick and dirty' method is for all participants to select their 'favourite five' from each category.
    Ex: This is a rapid paced, 30 minute session that introduces students to the concept of a search strategy and to various reference sources in print.
    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    Ex: Cannes and Monaco have lots of money, beautiful women, nifty cars, lots of style and arrogance.
    Ex: Around city and suburbs, the car is nippy and responds well.
    * actuar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * a un paso rápido = at a rapid pace.
    * a un ritmo rápido = at a rapid pace.
    * avance rápido de imágenes = fast motion.
    * cada vez más rápido = ever faster.
    * comenzar muy rápido = be off to a fast start.
    * comenzar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * comida rápida = junk food.
    * comprobación rápida = spot check.
    * consulta rápida = ready reference.
    * creación rápida de prototipos = rapid prototyping.
    * de crecimiento más rápido = fastest-growing.
    * de crecimiento rápido = fast-growing, fast-evolving.
    * de desarrollo rápido = fast-evolving.
    * de movimientos rápidos = quick-moving.
    * de rápido crecimiento = rapidly expanding, rapidly growing.
    * de una forma rápida = quickly.
    * de un modo rápido = overnight, at short notice.
    * empezar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * ir rápido = fly.
    * menos rápidos, los = less fleet of foot, the.
    * mirar rápida y brevemente = catch + sight of.
    * mucho más rápido = far faster.
    * muy frecuente y rápido = rapid-fire.
    * obras de consulta rápida = quick reference material.
    * rápida y enormemente = at a bound.
    * rápidos = rapids.
    * reaccionar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * recordar de un modo rápido = sweep back to.
    * responder rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * restaurante de comida rápida = fast-food restaurant.
    * ser de crecimiento rápido = be a quick grower.
    * ser muy rápido = be quick off + Posesivo + feet.
    * ser rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * tan rápido como una liebre = as quick as a wink.
    * tan rápido como un rayo = as quick as a wink.
    * tan rápido como un relámpago = as quick as a wink.

    * * *
    ‹hablar/trabajar› quickly, fast; ‹conducir› fast
    ¡vamos, rápido, que es tarde! quick o hurry, we're late!
    corrí todo lo rápido que podía I ran as fast o as quickly as I could
    tráeme un trapo ¡rápido! bring me a cloth, quick!
    ¿puedes ir un poco más rápido? can you go a bit faster?
    vámonos rápido de aquí let's get out of here quickly o ( colloq) quick
    rápido2 -da
    ‹aumento› rapid; ‹cambio› quick, rapid, swift; ‹desarrollo› rapid, swift
    a paso rápido quickly, swiftly
    comida rápida fast food
    es muy rápido de hacer you can make it very quickly, it's very quick to make
    A ( Ferr) express train, fast train
    B rápidos mpl ( Geog) rapids (pl)
    * * *

     

    rápido 1 adverbio ‹hablar/trabajar quickly, fast;
    conducir/ir fast;
    tráemelo ¡rápido! bring it to me, quick!

    rápido 2 -da adjetivo ‹ aumento rapid;

    cambio quick, rapid, swift;
    desarrollo rapid, swift;

    comida rápida fast food
    ■ sustantivo masculino (Ferr) express train, fast train
    ■ sustantivo masculino
    1 (Ferr) fast train
    2
    rápidos sustantivo masculino plural (Geog) rapids (pl)

    rápido,-a
    I adjetivo quick, fast, rapid
    comida rápida, fast food
    nos dio una rápida contestación, he gave us a speedy response ➣ Ver nota en fast
    II adverbio quickly, fast: caminas demasiado rápido, you're walking too fast
    ¡rápido!, hurry up!
    III sustantivo masculino 1 rápidos, (de un río) rapids pl
    2 (tren) fast train, express
    ' rápido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    en
    - espuela
    - estirón
    - lanzada
    - lanzado
    - ligera
    - ligero
    - rápida
    - cada
    - chiste
    - doble
    - minuta
    - pasar
    - perder
    - posible
    - pronto
    - seguir
    - súper
    - tren
    English:
    boomtown
    - brisk
    - cursory
    - dive
    - fast
    - flick
    - flying
    - get-rich-quick
    - hasty
    - high-speed
    - jump in
    - lively
    - nippy
    - passing
    - poof
    - prompt
    - quick
    - quickly
    - rapid
    - rattle through
    - runner
    - rush
    - smart
    - snappy
    - speedy
    - swift
    - trigger-happy
    - and
    - as
    - cataract
    - express
    - intercity
    - reader
    - so
    - walker
    * * *
    rápido, -a
    adj
    [veloz] quick, fast; [vehículo, comida] fast; [beneficio, decisión, vistazo] quick;
    ser rápido de reflejos to have quick reflexes
    adv
    quickly, fast;
    no conduzcas tan rápido don't drive so fast;
    no hables tan rápido, no te entiendo don't talk so fast, I can't understand you;
    más rápido quicker;
    ¡ven, rápido! come, quick!;
    ¡hazlo/termina rápido! hurry up!;
    si vamos rápido puede que lleguemos a tiempo if we're quick o if we hurry we may get there on time
    nm
    1. [tren] express train
    2.
    rápidos [de río] rapids
    * * *
    I adj quick, fast
    II m rapids pl
    * * *
    rápido adv
    : quickly, fast
    ¡manejas tan rápido!: you drive so fast!
    rápido, -da adj
    : rapid, quick
    rápidamente adv
    1) : express train
    2) rápidos nmpl
    : rapids
    * * *
    rápido1 adj
    1. (vistazo, lectura, visita) quick
    2. (corredor, tren, animal) fast
    rápido2 adv quickly

    Spanish-English dictionary > rápido

  • 2 dio órdenes a los trabajadores que trabajaran más rápido

    dio órdenes a los trabajadores que trabajaran más rápido
    er/sie befahl den Arbeitern schneller zu arbeiten

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > dio órdenes a los trabajadores que trabajaran más rápido

  • 3 para ello hay que ser rápido de reflejos

    para ello hay que ser rápido de reflejos
    dafür braucht man sehr gute Reflexe

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > para ello hay que ser rápido de reflejos

  • 4 rápido

    'rrapiđo
    adj
    rasch, schnell, flott
    ( femenino rápida) adjetivo
    1. [gen] schnell
    2. [tren] Schnell-
    ————————
    sustantivo masculino
    1. [tren] Schnellzug der
    2. (gen pl) [de río] Stromschnelle die
    ————————
    adverbio
    rápido1
    rápido1 ['rrapiðo]
    num1num (tren) Eilzug masculino
    num2num plural (de un río) Stromschnelle femenino
    ————————
    rápido2
    rápido2 , -a ['rrapiðo, -a]
    num1num (veloz) schnell
    num2num (breve) flüchtig
    num3num (corriente) reißend

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > rápido

  • 5 ser rápido como una flecha

    ser rápido como una flecha
    pfeilschnell sein

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ser rápido como una flecha

  • 6 tren rápido

    tren rápido
    D-Zug

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > tren rápido

  • 7 procedimiento rápido

    (n.) = fast track
    Ex. The recently announced plan calls for creating a fast track for approving drugs for life threatening diseases = El plan anunciado recientemente demanda la creación de un procedimiento rápido para aprobar el uso de fármacos para enfermedades mortales.
    * * *
    (n.) = fast track

    Ex: The recently announced plan calls for creating a fast track for approving drugs for life threatening diseases = El plan anunciado recientemente demanda la creación de un procedimiento rápido para aprobar el uso de fármacos para enfermedades mortales.

    Spanish-English dictionary > procedimiento rápido

  • 8 vía de acceso rápido

    (n.) = fast track
    Ex. The recently announced plan calls for creating a fast track for approving drugs for life threatening diseases = El plan anunciado recientemente demanda la creación de un procedimiento rápido para aprobar el uso de fármacos para enfermedades mortales.
    * * *
    (n.) = fast track

    Ex: The recently announced plan calls for creating a fast track for approving drugs for life threatening diseases = El plan anunciado recientemente demanda la creación de un procedimiento rápido para aprobar el uso de fármacos para enfermedades mortales.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vía de acceso rápido

  • 9 ser rápido como una centella

    figurado to be as quick as a flash

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser rápido como una centella

  • 10 rápido

    1. adj
    1) бы́стрый
    а) стреми́тельный

    corriente rápida — стреми́тельный, бу́рный пото́к

    б) недо́лгий; ско́рый
    в) ( о чтении и т п) бе́глый; пове́рхностный
    г) лёгкий в движе́ниях; прово́рный
    2) ( о фотоплёнке) разг высокочувстви́тельный
    2. adv
    бы́стро

    ¡rápido! — бы́стро!; скоре́й! быстре́й!

    3. m
    1) ско́рый по́езд
    2) быстрина́; бы́строе тече́ние
    3) pl поро́ги

    Diccionario Español-Ruso de Uso Moderno > rápido

  • 11 rápido

    adj
    prompt adj, fast adj

    Spanish-English Business Glossary > rápido

  • 12 rápido

    s.m. e a. rápido

    Diccionario Español-Gali > rápido

  • 13 RÁPIDO

    RÁPIDO, A adj:
    Séeb, séeb, séeba'an, chich jach chich.

    Diccionario Básico Español-Maya > RÁPIDO

  • 14 rápido

    БИРС > rápido

  • 15 cambio rápido de molde

    Diccionario Español-Ruso para plásticos > cambio rápido de molde

  • 16 dispositivo de cierre rápido

    Diccionario Español-Ruso para plásticos > dispositivo de cierre rápido

  • 17 mecanismo de cambio rápido

    Diccionario Español-Ruso para plásticos > mecanismo de cambio rápido

  • 18 a un paso rápido

    Ex. Capitalism in the US & GB is steaming ahead at a rapid pace relatively unthreatened by other economies of the world.
    * * *

    Ex: Capitalism in the US & GB is steaming ahead at a rapid pace relatively unthreatened by other economies of the world.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a un paso rápido

  • 19 a un ritmo rápido

    Ex. Capitalism in the US & GB is steaming ahead at a rapid pace relatively unthreatened by other economies of the world.
    * * *

    Ex: Capitalism in the US & GB is steaming ahead at a rapid pace relatively unthreatened by other economies of the world.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a un ritmo rápido

  • 20 actuar rápido

    (v.) = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks
    Ex. Why is it that women are so much more quick off the mark than men to be appropriately dressed when the weather turns good?.
    Ex. They were quick off the blocks and were sitting pretty with a two-goal cushion over their rivals after only fifteen minutes.
    * * *
    (v.) = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks

    Ex: Why is it that women are so much more quick off the mark than men to be appropriately dressed when the weather turns good?.

    Ex: They were quick off the blocks and were sitting pretty with a two-goal cushion over their rivals after only fifteen minutes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > actuar rápido


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