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fast

verb [I]
 
 
/fɑːst/ US  /fæst/
to eat no food for a period of time
禁食;斋戒
One day a week he fasts for health reasons.
他出于健康考虑每周禁食一天。
Abstaining and refrainingDiets and dieting
Translations of “fast”
in Vietnamese ăn chay, nhịn đói…
in Spanish ayunar…
in Thai จำกัดอาหาร…
in Malaysian puasa…
in French jeûner…
in German fasten…
in Chinese (Traditional) 禁食, 齋戒…
in Indonesian berpuasa…
in Russian голодать, поститься…
in Turkish oruç tutmak…
in Polish pościć…
(Definition of fast verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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