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Use 'rapid' to describe something that is not only quick, but unexpectedly or impressively so. SlideDespite the economic crisis, the country saw rapid industrialization.
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'Rapid' often carries a positive tone, especially when describing recovery, progress, or growth. SlideHis rapid ascent in the company was due to his hard work.
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However, 'rapid' can also imply negative consequences, like loss of control or stability. SlideThe rapid spread of the disease caused worldwide concern.