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fast

adjective /faːst/
quick-moving
rápido
a fast car.
quick
rápido
a fast worker.
(of a clock, watch etc) showing a time in advance of the correct time
adelantado
My watch is five minutes fast.
fastness noun
rapidez
fast food noun food that can be quickly prepared, eg hamburgers etc
comida rápida
(also adjective) a fast food restaurant.
fast-forward verb to make a tape or video move quickly forwards without playing it
adelanto rápido
I just need to fast-forward the tape to the right place.
to move quickly forwards to a later point in a story
adelantar de forma ràpida
The film then fast-forwards from the 19th century to the present day.
fast lane noun the outer lane of a big road, such as a motorway or interstate, where people drive fastest
línea rápida, ascenso meteórico
Traducciones de “fast”
en coreano 빠른…
en árabe سَريع…
en francés rapide, en avance…
en italiano veloce…
en chino (tradicionál) 快的, 迅速的, 敏捷的…
en ruso быстрый, спешащий (о часах)…
en turco hızlı, süratli, çabuk…
en polaco szybki, ≈ spieszyć się…
en portugués veloz, rápido…
en alemán schnell, vorgehen…
en catalán ràpid, veloç…
en japonés 速い…
en chino (simplificado) 快的, 迅速的, 敏捷的…
(Definition of fast from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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