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fast and furious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfast and furiousfast and furiousFAST/QUICKdone very quickly with a lot of effort and energy, or happening very quickly with a lot of sudden changes Arsenal’s opening attack was fast and furious. fast
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fast and furiousThe following round of questions for the President was fast and furious.With elections about a year away, proposals for tax cuts are coming fast and furious.From that point on, the primaries come fast and furious.Word of what he done would spread fast and furious among that club.Inside the fence on the main court, the atmosphere is fast and furious and hot and colorful.New labels and executive changes are coming fast and furious, including a new indie formed by Neil Young and his manager.The drive from Dundalk was fast and furious, largely because Jessica was late.Gatien won a fast and furious men's final over 17-21 21-14 17-21 21-18.Play around the centre spot was fast and furious, though the ground was in total darkness everywhere else.The work was fast and furious; working up in the top of buildings in January and February made this easy.
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