Definición de fastness en inglés:

fastness

Saltos de línea: fast|ness
Pronunciación: /ˈfɑːs(t)nəs
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A secure place well protected by natural features: a remote Himalayan mountain fastness
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    • Rommel's army had to be worn down, and if it had been allowed to withdraw intact into the mountain fastnesses of Tunisia, securing a decisive land victory in North Africa would have been rendered immensely difficult.
    • As, indeed, did the original inhabitants of the Cinque Terre: even after they moved downhill from their mountain fastnesses, most locals continued to work the land.
    • She describes the remote mountain fastnesses between Afghanistan and Pakistan and tells the tragic tale of a runaway young bride bought as a wife for a tribal man.
  • 2 [mass noun] The ability of a material or dye to maintain its colour without fading or washing away: the dyes differ in their fastness to light
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    • Moreover, the sizing does not impact the hand of the fabric or the wash fastness of garments, the company reported.
    • Many of the colors were not fast, although there is not agreement in the literature on fastness properties of the various dyes.

Origen

Old English fæstnes (see fast1, -ness).

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