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fast-talk British & World English

Pressurize (someone) into doing something using rapid or misleading speech

fast track British & World English

A route or method which provides for more rapid results than usual

fast forward British & World English

A control on a tape or video recorder for winding the tape forward rapidly

hold fast British & World English

Continue to believe in or adhere to an idea or principle

fast worker in fast1 British & World English

A person who makes rapid progress or achieves results quickly, especially in love affairs

hold fast in hold1 British & World English

Remain tightly secured

a fast buck in buck2 British & World English

Easily and quickly earned money

hard and fast in hard British & World English

(Of a rule or a distinction made) fixed and definitive

thick and fast in thick British & World English

Rapidly and in great numbers

handfast British & World English

Engage (someone) to be married

play fast and loose in play British & World English

Behave irresponsibly or immorally

life in the fast lane in fast lane British & World English

An exciting and eventful lifestyle, especially one bringing wealth and success


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