Traducción: de espanol

he got up quickly

  • 1 rapidez

    f.
    speed.
    con rapidez quickly
    * * *
    1 speed, rapidity
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    noun f.
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    me sorprendió la rapidez con que acabó el trabajo — the speed with which he finished the job surprised me, it surprised me how quickly he finished the job

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    femenino speed
    * * *
    = haste, immediacy, rapidity, speed, timeliness, swiftness, quickness, dispatch, alacrity, promptness, promptitude.
    Ex. Capital funding usually took the form of end-of-year 'windfalls' needing to be spent in hectic haste necessitating hurried decision making.
    Ex. The immediacy of access to the resources represented in a union catalogue may well be improved in the near future.
    Ex. Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
    Ex. A leased line connection is useful for heavy users, since it offers higher speeds of transmission.
    Ex. Factors assessed during the comparative study included pricing, timeliness, availability of catalogue copy, and breadth of coverage.
    Ex. She lingered there a moment and watched the cars move on the highway with a hushing swiftness against the cold gray sky.
    Ex. His subordinates -- everyone reports through him to the director of the Medical Center library -- suffer from the quickness and depth of Fury when he disapproves of something.
    Ex. I would close it down immediately, or with all due dispatch for several reasons, some of which I have discussed in my talk.
    Ex. It's also imperative for businesses to handle negative situations with alacrity if and when they do arise.
    Ex. I think one of the things we must look into is what effect a no fines policy has on the promptness of return and whether or not materials are finally returned at all.
    Ex. I have no doubt that the concerned law enforcing agencies will act with promptitude against the offenders.
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    * con rapidez = promptly.
    * * *
    femenino speed
    * * *
    = haste, immediacy, rapidity, speed, timeliness, swiftness, quickness, dispatch, alacrity, promptness, promptitude.

    Ex: Capital funding usually took the form of end-of-year 'windfalls' needing to be spent in hectic haste necessitating hurried decision making.

    Ex: The immediacy of access to the resources represented in a union catalogue may well be improved in the near future.
    Ex: Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
    Ex: A leased line connection is useful for heavy users, since it offers higher speeds of transmission.
    Ex: Factors assessed during the comparative study included pricing, timeliness, availability of catalogue copy, and breadth of coverage.
    Ex: She lingered there a moment and watched the cars move on the highway with a hushing swiftness against the cold gray sky.
    Ex: His subordinates -- everyone reports through him to the director of the Medical Center library -- suffer from the quickness and depth of Fury when he disapproves of something.
    Ex: I would close it down immediately, or with all due dispatch for several reasons, some of which I have discussed in my talk.
    Ex: It's also imperative for businesses to handle negative situations with alacrity if and when they do arise.
    Ex: I think one of the things we must look into is what effect a no fines policy has on the promptness of return and whether or not materials are finally returned at all.
    Ex: I have no doubt that the concerned law enforcing agencies will act with promptitude against the offenders.
    * con rapidez = promptly.

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    speed
    con la misma rapidez que el otro as fast o as quickly as the other one
    bajé con rapidez I went downstairs quickly
    tener rapidez de reflejos to have quick reflexes
    ¡qué rapidez! that was quick!
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    rapidez sustantivo femenino
    speed;

    ¡qué rapidez! that was quick!
    rapidez sustantivo femenino speed, rapidity: hazlo con rapidez, do it quickly

    ' rapidez' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    solicitud
    - velocidad
    - agarrar
    - apabullante
    - ligereza
    - prisa
    - viveza
    English:
    accuracy
    - demographic
    - quickness
    - rapidity
    - rapidly
    - reproduce
    - speed
    - worker
    - learner
    - quick
    - swiftly
    * * *
    speed;
    con rapidez quickly;
    ya está listo – ¡qué rapidez! it's ready – that was quick!
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    f speed, rapidity
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    : rapidity, speed
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    rapidez n speed

    Spanish-English dictionary > rapidez

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