Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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fast break a play, esp. in basketball, in which a team advances quickly down the playing area to try to score before the defense is prepared.
fast day a day in which one abstains from eating, esp. as a religious duty.
fast food food from a restaurant that is made and eaten right away. Fast food is usually not expensive.
fast lane the lane on a highway or expressway where vehicles maintain higher speeds or pass other vehicles. [2 definitions]
fast track a racetrack most suitable for speed because of its condition. [3 definitions]
fast-food selling food that is quickly made and served.
fast-paced unfolding or moving forward at a rapid pace. [3 definitions]
fast-talk to influence or persuade by speaking cleverly or deceptively, esp. so as to prevent objections or clear thinking.