Synonyms of fast in English:

fast1

adjective

  • 3 the dyes are boiled with yarn to produce a fast colour
    indelible, lasting, permanent, stable
    the dyes are boiled with yarn to produce a fast colour
    [Antonyms] temporary

adverb

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  • 3 Richard's fast asleep
    deeply, sound, completely

Phrases

fast and furious

the fun was fast and furious franticwildfrenetichecticfraughtfeverishfeveredmadcrazedmanichyperactiveenergeticintenseturbulenttumultuous

make fast

the craft is made fast to the shore attachfastensecurefixaffixjoinconnectcouplelinktietie upbindfetterstrapropetethertrusslashhitchmooranchoryokechain

Word links

tachy- related prefix, as in tachycardia , tachygraphy

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Word of the day coloratura
Pronunciation: ˌkələrəˈto͝orə
noun
elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody

Synonyms of fast in English:

fast2

verb

  • the ministry instructed people to fast, pray, and read scripture
    abstain from food, refrain from eating, deny oneself food, go without food, go hungry, eat nothing, starve oneself; go on hunger strike
    the ministry instructed people to fast, pray, and read scripture
    [Antonyms] eat, indulge oneself

noun

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  • a five-day fast
    period of fasting, period of abstinence; hunger strike; diet
    a five-day fast
    [Antonyms] feast

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