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  1. fast

    • IPA[fɑːst]

    英式

    • adj.
      moving or capable of moving at high speed;taking place at high speed; taking a short time
    • adv.
      at high speed;within a short time
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    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. moving or capable of moving at high speed:

      a fast and powerful car

    • 2. taking place at high speed; taking a short time:

      the journey was fast and enjoyable

    • 3. performing or able to perform a particular action quickly:

      a fast reader

    • 4. (of a surface) allowing or producing high-speed movement:

      a wide, fast road

    • 5. (of a sports field) likely to make the ball bounce or run quickly or to allow competitors to reach a high speed.
    • 6. (of a clock or watch) showing a time ahead of the correct time:

      I keep my watch fifteen minutes fast

    • 7. firmly fixed or attached:

      he made a rope fast to each corner

    • 8. (of friends) close and loyal:

      they remained fast friends

    • 9. (of a film) needing only a short exposure:

      a 35-mm colour film which is ten times faster than Kodacolor II

    • 10. (of a lens) having a large aperture and therefore suitable for use with short exposure times.
    • 11. (of a dye) not fading in light or when washed:

      the dyes are boiled with the yarn to produce a fast colour

    • 12. engaging in or involving activities characterized by excitement, extranvagance, and risk-taking:

      the fast life she led in London

    • 13. (of a person) prone to act in an unacceptably familiar way:

      Mammy said, ‘Stop asking questions, you too damn farse.’

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. at high speed:

      he was driving too fast

    • 2. within a short time:

      we're going to have to get to the bottom of this fast

    • 3. so as to be hard to move; securely:

      the ship was held fast by the anchor chain

    • 4. so as to be hard to wake:

      they were too fast asleep to reply

    • n.
      a control on a tape or video recorder for winding the tape forward rapidly:
    • she played the fast forward so the figures jerked about wildly

      the fast-forward button

    • v.
      wind (a tape) forward rapidly:
    • people avoid commercial breaks by fast-forwarding material recorded off-air

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    • n.
      a control on a tape or video player for advancing the tape rapidly:
    • the fast-forward button
    • v.
      advance (a tape) rapidly, sometimes while simultaneously playing it at high speed:
    • people avoid commercial breaks by fast-forwarding material recorded off-air

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    • n.
      a swift attack from a defensive position in basketball, soccer, and other ball games:
    • a defense that shut off our fast break altogether

      there are no fast-break baskets

    • v.
      make a swift attack from a defensive position in certain ball games:
    • fast-breaking relentlessly is harder than playing a control game

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    • n.
      a route, course, or method that provides for more rapid results than usual:
    • a career in the fast track of the Civil Service
    • v.
      accelerate the development or progress of (a person or project):
    • the old boys' network fast-tracks men to the top of the corporate ladder

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    • n. a lane of a motorway or dual carriageway for use by traffic that is overtaking or moving more quickly than the rest.

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    • n. a lane of a highway for use by traffic that is moving faster than the rest.

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    • IPA[fast]

    美式

    • adj.
      moving or capable of moving at high speed:
    • a fast and powerful car
    • adv.
      at high speed:
    • he was driving too fast

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    • IPA[fɑːst]

    英式

    • v.
      abstain from all or some kinds of food or drink, especially as a religious observance:
    • the ministry instructed people to fast
    • n.
      an act or period of fasting:
    • a five-day fast

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    • IPA[fast]

    美式

    • v.
      abstain from all or some kinds of food or drink, especially as a religious observance.
    • n.
      an act or period of fasting:
    • a five-day fast

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