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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Acting, moving, or capable of acting or moving quickly; swift.
- adjective: Accomplished in relatively little time: a fast visit.
- adjective: Acquired quickly with little effort and sometimes unscrupulously: made a fast buck scalping tickets.
- adjective: Quick to understand or learn; mentally agile: a class for the faster students.
- adjective: Indicating a time somewhat ahead of the actual time: The clock is fast.
- adjective: Allowing rapid movement or action: a fast running track.
- adjective: Designed for or compatible with a short exposure time: fast film.
- adjective: Disposed to dissipation; wild: ran with a fast crowd.
- adjective: Flouting conventional moral standards; sexually promiscuous.
- adjective: Resistant, as to destruction or fading: fast colors.
- adjective: Firmly fixed or fastened: a fast grip.
- adjective: Fixed firmly in place; secure: shutters that are fast against the rain.
- adjective: Firm in loyalty: fast friends.
- adjective: Lasting; permanent: fast rules and regulations.
- adjective: Deep; sound: in a fast sleep.
- adverb: In a secure manner; tightly: hold fast.
- adverb: To a sound degree; deeply: fast asleep.
- adverb: In a rapid manner; quickly.
- adverb: In quick succession: New ideas followed fast.
- adverb: Ahead of the correct or expected time: a watch that runs fast.
- adverb: In a dissipated, immoderate way: living fast.
- adverb: Archaic Close by; near.
- verb-intransitive: To abstain from food.
- verb-intransitive: To eat very little or abstain from certain foods, especially as a religious discipline.
- noun: The act or practice of abstaining from or eating very little food.
- noun: A period of such abstention or self-denial.
- to stand fast tvirtai laikytis
- fast colour neblunkanti spalva
- hard and fast rulesgriežtos taisyklės
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