from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A function on an electronic recording device, such as a videocassette or tape player, that permits rapid advancement of the tape.
- n. The mechanism, such as a button, used to activate this function.
- n. Informal A rapidly changing situation or series of events: "The trial was on fast forward” ( Nelson DeMille).
- intransitive v. To advance a tape rapidly on an electronic recording device.
- transitive v. To advance (a tape) rapidly on such a device.
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- v. Alternative spelling of fast forward.
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