German English Dictionary

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rasch in English:

1. rapidly

She spoke rapidly.
Airplanes enable people to travel great distances rapidly.
A child develops rapidly between the ages of 13 and 16.
There are abilities that improve rapidly and those that improve slowly, aren't there?
After Grandma's sudden death, Grandpa began to age rapidly.
To say that technology changes rapidly is to utter a truism.
The chief clerk is not a hardworking man, but gets ahead rapidly because he knows how to curry favor with his superiors.
On taking the medicine prescribed by the doctor the temperature of the child, which was 40 degrees, dropped rapidly.
If you can read rapidly and with good understanding, you will probably find it easy to remember a good deal of what you do read.
That means that even if they only have two children each, the population will continue to grow rapidly.
Hollywood rapidly became dominated by a small number of big companies such as MGM, 20th Century Fox,
As figures from the National Development and Reform Committee show, the Internet has developed rapidly in rural China.
The population of the world is increasing so rapidly that it will be doubled within forty years.
There are marked and rapidly, steadily increasing health benefits to giving up.
In the 19th century, the number of immigrants swelled rapidly.

English word "rasch"(rapidly) occurs in sets:

Describing a graph - Beschreibung der Diagrammen
for Harry, Dylan and Tom
p. 1 German Stage 2