US: /ˈfæstɪŋ/
UK: /fˈɑːstɪŋ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

fast /fɑ:st/
  • tính từ
    • chắc chắn
      • a stake fast in the ground: cọc đóng chắc xuống đất
      • to take fast hold of: nắm chắc, cầm chắc
    • thân, thân thiết, keo sơn
      • a fast friend: bạn thân
      • fast friendship: tình bạn keo sơn
    • bền, không phai
      • a fast olour: màu bền
    • nhanh, mau
      • watch is fast: đồng hồ chạy nhanh
      • a fast train: xe lửa tốc hành
    • trác táng, ăn chơi, phóng đãng (người)
      • the fast set: làng chơi
    • to be fast with gout
      • nằm liệt giường vì bệnh gút
    • to make fast
      • buộc chặt
  • phó từ
    • chắc chắn, bền vững, chặt chẽ
      • to stand fast: đứng vững
      • eyes fast shut: mắt nhắm nghiền
      • to sleep fast: ngủ say sưa
    • nhanh
      • to run fast: chạy nhanh
    • trác táng, phóng đãng
      • to live fast: sống trác táng, ăn chơi
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ); (thơ ca) sát, ngay cạnh
    • fast bind, fast find
      • (tục ngữ) cẩn tắc vô ưu
    • to play fast and loose
      • lập lờ hai mặt, đòn xóc hai đầu
  • danh từ
    • sự ăn chay
    • mùa ăn chay; ngày ăn chay
    • sự nhịn đói
      • to break one's fast: ăn điểm tâm, ăn sáng
  • nội động từ
    • ăn chay; ăn kiêng (tôn giáo...)
    • nhịn ăn

Thesaurus dictionary

1 quick, swift, fleet, speedy, brisk; brief, hurried, hasty, high-speed, accelerated, expeditious, rapid, express:
She is very fast on her feet. We need a fast turn-round on this job.
2 loose, profligate, wild, extravagant, dissipated, intemperate, irresponsible, sybaritic, self-indulgent, dissolute, unrestrained, indecorous, rakish, licentious, promiscuous, immoral, wanton, lecherous, lustful:
They led quite a fast life till their divorce.
3 firm, fastened, secure(d), fixed, tied, bound, connected, attached:
The boat was fast to the pier.
4 firm, fixed, settled, stable, solid, immovable, unshakable or unshakeable, tight:
The sword was fast in the stone.
5 firm, stable, steadfast, staunch, unwavering, constant, lasting, close, loyal, devoted, faithful, lasting, permanent:
We maintained a fast friendship over the years.
6 quickly, swiftly, rapidly, speedily, briskly, presto, hastily, hurriedly, with all speed or haste, expeditiously, apace, post-haste, like a flash, in the blink of an eye, in a wink, before you can say 'Jack Robinson', in no time (at all), Colloq like a bat out of hell, like a shot, p.d.q. (='pretty damned quick'), Brit like the clappers (of hell), US and Canadian quick like a bunny or rabbit, lickety-split:
Don't talk so fast. He ran out of there very fast. I'll be back very fast.
7 firmly, fixedly, immovably, solidly, unshakeably or unshakably, tightly, securely, soundly:
The rope held fast. He is fast asleep.
8 closely, close to, immediately, near, (close) on, right:
Fast on the heels of the fugitive came the police.
9 loosely, wildly, recklessly, intemperately, irresponsibly, fecklessly, extravagantly, intemperately, sybaritically, self-indulgently, dissolutely, unrestrainedly, indecorously, rakishly, licentiously, promiscuously, immorally, wantonly, lecherously, lustfully:
He's been living fast since inheriting that fortune.
1 abstain, go hungry, deny oneself, diet, starve (oneself):
Do you fast during Lent?
2 abstention, abstinence, fasting, self-denial, diet; hunger strike:
She went on a two-week fast.

Concise English dictionary

fasts|fasted|fasting|faster|fastestfæst /fɑːst
+abstaining from food
+abstain from certain foods, as for religious or medical reasons
+abstain from eating
+acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly
+(used of timepieces) indicating a time ahead of or later than the correct time
+at a rapid tempo
+(of surfaces) conducive to rapid speeds
+firmly fastened or secured against opening
+resistant to destruction or fading
+unrestrained by convention or morality
+hurried and brief
+securely fixed in place
+unwavering in devotion to friend or vow or cause
+quickly or rapidly (often used as a combining form)
+firmly or tightly