Definition of in quick or rapid succession in English:

in quick (or rapid) succession

Following one another at short intervals.
More example sentences
  • Numerous other hit songs were to follow in rapid succession.
  • This was followed in rapid succession by a letter informing me that the card had been cancelled due to non-payment.
  • The acts followed in quick succession, mostly performing two or three songs each.
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