Sinónimos de fast en inglés

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adjetivo

1‘a fast sports car’

SINÓNIMOS
speedy, quick, swift, rapid
brisk, nimble, sprightly, lively
fast-moving, high-speed, turbo, sporty, accelerated, express, flying
whirlwind, blistering, breakneck, pell-mell, meteoric, smart
hasty, hurried
unhesitating, expeditious
fleet-footed
coloquial nippy, zippy, spanking, scorching, blinding, supersonic
Britanico coloquial cracking
literario fleet
marginal tantivy, alacritous, volant
ANTÓNIMOS

slow

2‘his hand slammed against the door, holding it fast’

SINÓNIMOS
secure, secured, fastened, tight, firmly fixed
stuck, jammed, immovable, unbudgeable, stiff
closed, shut, to
ANTÓNIMOS

loose

3‘the dyes are boiled with yarn to produce a fast colour’

SINÓNIMOS
indelible, lasting, permanent, stable
ANTÓNIMOS

temporary

4‘they remained fast friends’

SINÓNIMOS
loyal, devoted, faithful, firm, steadfast, staunch, true, boon, bosom, inseparable
constant, lasting, unchanging, unwavering, enduring, unswerving
coloquial as thick as thieves

5‘the fast life she led in London’

SINÓNIMOS
wild, dissipated, dissolute, debauched, intemperate, immoderate, louche, rakish, decadent, unrestrained, reckless, profligate, self-indulgent, shameless, sinful, immoral, extravagant
coloquial swinging
ANTÓNIMOS

sedate


adverbio

1‘she drove fast towards the gates’

SINÓNIMOS
quickly, rapidly, swiftly, speedily, briskly, at speed, at full speed, at full tilt
energetically
hastily, with all haste, in haste, hurriedly, in a hurry, post-haste, pell-mell
without delay, expeditiously, with dispatch, like a shot, like a flash, in a flash, in the blink of an eye, in a wink, in a trice, in no time, in no time at all, on the double, at the speed of light, like an arrow from a bow
coloquial double quick, in double quick time, p.d.q., pretty damn quick, nippily, like lightning, like greased lightning, at warp speed, hell for leather, like mad, like crazy, like the wind, like a bomb, like nobody's business, like a scalded cat, like the deuce, a mile a minute, like a bat out of hell, at warp speed
Britanico coloquial like the clappers, at a rate of knots, like billy-o
Norteamericano coloquial lickety-split
literario apace
ANTÓNIMOS

slowly

2‘his wheels were stuck fast’

SINÓNIMOS
securely, tightly, immovably, fixedly, firmly

3‘Richard's fast asleep’

SINÓNIMOS
deeply, sound, completely

4‘she lived fast and dangerously’

SINÓNIMOS
wildly, dissolutely, intemperately, immoderately, rakishly, recklessly, self-indulgently, extravagantly

Sinónimos de fast en inglés

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verbo

1‘the ministry instructed people to fast, pray, and read scripture’

SINÓNIMOS
abstain from food, refrain from eating, deny oneself food, go without food, go hungry, eat nothing, starve oneself
go on hunger strike
ANTÓNIMOS

eat, indulge oneself


nombre

1‘a five-day fast’

SINÓNIMOS
period of fasting, period of abstinence
hunger strike
diet
ANTÓNIMOS

feast


Frases

    make fast

    ‘the craft is made fast to the shore’


    SINÓNIMOS
    attach, fasten, secure, fix, affix, join, connect, couple, link, tie, tie up, bind, fetter, strap, rope, tether, truss, lash, hitch, moor, anchor, yoke, chain
    fast and furious

    ‘the fun was fast and furious’


    SINÓNIMOS
    frantic, wild, frenetic, hectic, fraught, feverish, fevered, mad, crazed, manic, hyperactive, energetic, intense, turbulent, tumultuous