Rapid

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

rapid transit   (Tránsito rápido)

A number of towns and cities have rapid transit networks.

It is one of the first bus rapid transit systems in Africa.

The only rapid transit system in Belgium is the Brussels Metro.

rapid growth   (crecimiento rápido)

The new status boosted the town into rapid growth.

ERP systems experienced rapid growth in the 1990s.

The FEER enjoyed almost two decades of rapid growth.

rapid expansion   (expansión rápida)

This expansion began the rapid expansion of bubble tea.

It underwent rapid expansion and was granted Magdeburg rights in 1634.

The arena was built in 1960 during a period of rapid expansion of the RMC.

rapid development   (desarrollo rápido)

DTIs have undergone rapid development since the 90's.

Because of rapid development Kemayoran has transformed into a modern city itself.

Through the 1970s the hand-held electronic calculator underwent rapid development.

bus rapid   (bus rápido)

It is one of the first bus rapid transit systems in Africa.

He also vowed to oppose the city's new southwest bus rapid transit line.

It also offers connections to the Insurgentes Metrobús bus rapid transit line.

bus rapid transit   (autobuses de tránsito rápido)

It is one of the first bus rapid transit systems in Africa.

He also vowed to oppose the city's new southwest bus rapid transit line.

It also offers connections to the Insurgentes Metrobús bus rapid transit line.

rapid transit system   (sistema de tránsito rápido)

The only rapid transit system in Belgium is the Brussels Metro.

The Brussels Metro is the only rapid transit system in Belgium.

MetroFor is the rapid transit system for the city of Fortaleza.

more rapid   (mas rapido)

A more rapid police operation was a realistic possibility.

It was determined that even more rapid communications would be necessary.

A more rapid modernisation took place under Menelik II and Haile Selassie.

rapid increase   (incremento rapido)

Innovation brought a rapid increase in the student body.

Private universities have seen a rapid increase in enrollments as well.

Flares produce a high and rapid increase of the density and temperature.

rapid succession   (sucesión rápida)

The result was a rapid succession of changes in ownership.

Digital video comprises a series of digital images displayed in rapid succession.

period of rapid   (período de rápido)

After World War II, Dar es Salaam experienced a period of rapid growth.

The arena was built in 1960 during a period of rapid expansion of the RMC.

The period of rapid expansion in membership was followed by a sharp contraction.

rapid decline   (disminución rápida)

In 1902 the once famous Emsworth oyster industry went into rapid decline.

As his team-mates observed, the county went into rapid decline upon his departure.

The single came out at a time when sales of 45-rpm vinyl records were in rapid decline.

rapid fire   (fuego rápido)

In the 30 metre rapid fire pistol competition he finished 26th.

In 1939 he won silver at 25 m rapid fire pistol individual and team events.

In 1937 he won silver at 25 m rapid fire pistol individual and team events.

rapid rise   (aumento rápido)

Hyperinflation is the rapid rise in prices in a short period of time.

This was a very rapid rise for a young man of apparently obscure origins.

Barely 18 years old, Cragun took his first steps in a rapid rise toward stardom.

rapid economic   (económico rápido)

This rapid economic growth is being boosted by tourism.

China's rapid economic growth presented several problems.

This followed rapid economic growth in the previous three years.

rapid population   (población rápida)

This resulted in a significant depletion of employment in the region and a rapid population reduction.

Due to the rapid population growth in the area, The housing authority constructed more public housing.

Due to projected rapid population growth in the Negev, the city is expected to triple in size by 2025.

rapid pace   (paso veloz)

He was also noted for his workrate and rapid pace.

The rapid pace of bridge construction has continued.

The technology was improved at a rapid pace.

rapid progress   (progreso rápido)

Observers were impressed by their rapid progress.

Thereafter, Van Hoorn made rapid progress in his career.

The monastery, however, made rapid progress.

rapid transit line   (línea de tránsito rápido)

Furthermore, it is the first driverless rapid transit line in Turkey.

He also vowed to oppose the city's new southwest bus rapid transit line.

It also offers connections to the Insurgentes Metrobús bus rapid transit line.

very rapid   (muy rapido)

This was a very rapid rise for a young man of apparently obscure origins.

Because of its very rapid growth rate it is sown late but is often the first crop to be harvested.

Since then, there has been a very rapid advancement on almost every front which changed the entire landscape.

experienced rapid   (experimentado rápido)

ERP systems experienced rapid growth in the 1990s.

The area has experienced rapid gentrification.

Throughout the 1950s Croatia experienced rapid urbanization.

rapid changes   (cambios rápidos)

The video also features rapid changes in the camera direction.

Hybridization was another way that rapid changes in plant's makeup were introduced.

At metamorphosis, rapid changes in the body take place as the lifestyle of the frog changes completely.

rapid response   (respuesta rápida)

Two rapid response vehicles as also based here.

Learn more about this rapid response conservation effort

The squad's troopers are strategically placed across the state to allow for rapid response.

rapid population growth   (rápido crecimiento demográfico)

Due to the rapid population growth in the area, The housing authority constructed more public housing.

Due to projected rapid population growth in the Negev, the city is expected to triple in size by 2025.

Unfortunately, rapid population growth and urban sprawl has covered much of these ecosystems with development.

rapid transit station   (estación de tránsito rápido)

Oak Grove station Oak Grove is a rapid transit station in Malden, Massachusetts.

Sinsen (station) Sinsen is a rapid transit station on the Ring Line of the Oslo Metro.

Bright Hill MRT station is a fully underground mass rapid transit station with four station access points.

rapid rate   (tasa rápida)

Development of the device progressed at a rapid rate.

This rapid rate of ATP production is essential at the onset of exercise.

Thus the magnetic flux through the stator varies sinusoidally at a rapid rate.

rapid change   (cambio rapido)

In response, by autumn, OHL pressed for a rapid change to a civilian government.

The JazzCode applies to small teams having to manage complexity and rapid change.

Industries and companies undergoing rapid change may need to avoid hiring and firing costs and risks.

rapid intensification   (intensificación rápida)

Afterwards, a pinhole eye began to emerge and rapid intensification ensued.

Upon becoming a hurricane, Ernesto was believed to be undergoing rapid intensification.

Roughly 18 hours later, Rick had become a Category 1 hurricane as it underwent rapid intensification.

rapid economic growth   (rápido crecimiento económico)

This rapid economic growth is being boosted by tourism.

China's rapid economic growth presented several problems.

This followed rapid economic growth in the previous three years.

rapid advance   (avance rápido)

In the meantime, Lyon prepared for a rapid advance on Jefferson City.

Bragg had sorely underestimated Buell's ability to make a rapid advance on his position.

Nonetheless Majdanek was captured nearly intact due to the rapid advance of the Soviet Red Army during Operation Bagration.

made rapid   (hecho rápido)

Thereafter, Van Hoorn made rapid progress in his career.

The monastery, however, made rapid progress.

Dickens made rapid progress both professionally and socially.

rapid fire pistol   (pistola de fuego rápido)

In the 30 metre rapid fire pistol competition he finished 26th.

In 1939 he won silver at 25 m rapid fire pistol individual and team events.

In 1937 he won silver at 25 m rapid fire pistol individual and team events.

rapid industrialization   (industrialización rápida)

Urbanization and rapid industrialization developed Hyderabad into a metropolis.

The new canal system was both cause and effect of the rapid industrialization of The Midlands and the north.

A third of the employed population of 71.5 per cent is still involved in agriculture on account of lack of rapid industrialization.

rapid spread   (propagación rápida)

Moreover, its seed can float, which aided its rapid spread.

The rapid spread of film in the 1920s and radio in the 1930s led to proposals to use it for distance education.

The rapid spread of tuberculosis across France and England, however, necessitated a more formal and efficient touching process.

rapid deployment   (despliegue rápido)

Its purpose is rapid deployment to civilian protests and other major incidents.

The original game had 16 missions total, ranging from rapid deployment to VIP protection.

Rapier missile launchers were carried as underslung loads of Sea Kings for rapid deployment.

experienced rapid growth   (experimentado crecimiento rápido)

ERP systems experienced rapid growth in the 1990s.

Between 1950 and 1970, the district experienced rapid growth.

Maracay experienced rapid growth during Juan Vicente Gómez's dictatorship (1908–1935).

due to rapid   (debido a la rapidez)

The 'n' suffix indicates "nebulous" absorption lines due to rapid rotation.

The "n" suffix indicates "nebulous" absorption lines due to rapid rotation.

The 'n' suffix indicates broad (nebulous) absorption lines due to rapid rotation.

rapid prototyping   (creación rápida de prototipos)

This also was a reason for the second benefit: rapid prototyping.

On-demand customization of glasses is possible with rapid prototyping.

Many of these systems are used for rapid prototyping, before mass production methods are employed.

made rapid progress   (hecho un progreso rápido)

Thereafter, Van Hoorn made rapid progress in his career.

The monastery, however, made rapid progress.

Dickens made rapid progress both professionally and socially.