Definition of fast and furious in English:

fast and furious

Syllabification: fast and fu·ri·ous

adverb

1Very rapidly: my heart was beating fast and furious
2Eagerly; uproariously.
More example sentences
  • The initial drug treatment, while rescuing me from a frankly rather parlous state, was necessarily hard and harsh, smacking in the pills fast and furious to treat everything that might conceivably be wrong.
  • The book was actually written by a ghost writer who's used to pumping out the words fast and furious, and published by a firm that specialises in topical interest books, so the whole process had to be quick.
  • Out in the back the prunus trees have dropped the last of their blossoms and are now growing leaves fast and furious.

adjective

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Full of rapid action; lively and exciting: the game was fast and furious
More example sentences
  • The cognitive world we live in is fast and furious and full of transport and unknown noise and probably very challenging to many people.
  • The second half was full of fast and furious play, and when the full-time whistle was blown, the Sri Lanka Army had proved to be too strong for the Panthers, winning by a final score of 28 to 21.
  • It will be fast and furious stuff, and full of passion, but everything must come to an end sooner or later.

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