Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In music, rapidly; in a rapid manner.

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Examples

  • I believe that "rápido" is a perfectly correct form of the adverb and is probably used more commonly in speech than "rapidamente" simply because it's easier to say.

    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

  • I believe that "rápido" is a perfectly correct form of the adverb and is probably used more commonly in speech than "rapidamente" simply because it's easier to say.

    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

  • I believe that "rápido" is a perfectly correct form of the adverb and is probably used more commonly in speech than "rapidamente" simply because it's easier to say.

    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

  • I believe that "rápido" is a perfectly correct form of the adverb and is probably used more commonly in speech than "rapidamente" simply because it's easier to say.

    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

  • Are educated people more likely to use rapidamente?

    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

  • I was talking to somebody about talking rapidly, and I noticed that I was tending to say, "El habla rapidamente", and they were saying "El habla rapido".

    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

  • I assume that I was speaking more correctly and formally by using the adverb rapidamente, and that they were simply speaking informally.

    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

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    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

  • To say, "He speaks rapidly," it seems it would then be correct to say, "Él habla rapidamente."

    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

  • I might choose to word that a bit different though, "Habla rapidamente él."

    El habla rapido vs. rapidamente

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