Able to transfer data in a short period of time (adjective)
ahead of the correct time or schedule (adverb)
A train that calls at only some stations it passes between its origin and destination, typically just the principal stations (noun)
Short for "stand fast", a warning not to pass between the arrow and the target (interjection)
to abstain from or eat very little food; to abstain from food for religious or medical reasons (verb)
The act or practice of abstaining from food or of eating very little food (noun)
The period of time during which one abstains from or eats very little food (noun)
Examples of word fast
That's why students of the U.S. S.hool of Music get ahead twice as fast -- _three times as fast_ as those who study old-fashioned, plodding methods.
_ (held) fast in his antagonist's clutch_, 637; fÃ½rbendum fÃ¤st, _fast in the forged hinges_, 723; handa fÃ¤st, 1291, etc.; hygebendum fÃ¤st (beorn him langaÃ°), _fast (shut) in the bonds of his bosom, the man longs for_ (i.e. in secret), 1879.
_ (held) fast in his antagonist's clutch_, 637; fyÌ„rbendum fÃ¦st, _fast in the forged hinges_, 723; handa fÃ¦st, 1291, etc.; hygebendum fÃ¦st (beorn him langaÃ°), _fast (shut) in the bonds of his bosom, the man longs for_ (i.e. in secret), 1879.
BRIDEGROOM is with them, the SONS OF THE NUPTIALS cannot fast: the days will come when the BRIDEGROOM will be taken away from them, and then will they fast_, "Matt ix.
His lead: â€œAttention White House speechwriters: The term fast track is no longer in vogue.â€