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- v. To cause an audio or video tape, digital media stream, etc. to move forward very fast, so that when the device is played, it will start at a later point.
- v. To be fast-forwarded; to move ahead in this fashion.
- v. (figuratively) (By extension) to shift one's attention or focus toward a later point in time.
- n. A button that causes media to be fast forwarded.
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Leaving Princess Labia to twist slowly slowly in the lair, Wally ran his fingers like a trained-dog act in fast forward over the keyboard, changing the menu, bringing up the current Eastern Daylight Time — — and his appointment book for today, which was blank except for the notation: 15: 30 — Andy Kelp and his friend to view the reservoir.