Fast-paced is used with these nouns: ↑world

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  • fast-paced — UK US adjective ► happening very quickly: »It is a myth that all older people struggle with the fast paced evolution of information technology …   Financial and business terms

  • fast-paced — [ ,fæst peıst ] adjective including a lot of different things happening quickly …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fast-paced — adjective of communication that proceeds rapidly a fast paced talker fast paced fiction • Similar to: ↑fast * * * ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective of a narrative : fast moving an extraordinary story as fast p …   Useful english dictionary

  • fast-paced — adjective Moving or changing rapidly. We went to see a fast paced action film …   Wiktionary

  • fast-paced — UK [ˌfɑːst ˈpeɪst] / US [ˌfæst ˈpeɪst] adjective including a lot of different things happening quickly a fast paced game …   English dictionary

  • paced — [pāst] adj. 1. having a specified pace: used in hyphenated compounds [fast paced] 2. measured by paces or pacing 3. Horse Racing having its pace set by a pacemaker …   English World dictionary

  • fast lane — n. 1. a lane on an expressway for moving at higher speeds or passing other vehicles 2. a way of living variously regarded as fast paced, success oriented, very sophisticated, expensive, etc …   English World dictionary

  • paced — [[t]pe͟ɪst[/t]] ADJ: adv ADJ If you talk about the way that something such as a film or book is paced, you are referring to the speed at which the story is told. This excellent thriller is fast paced and believable. ...good special effects and… …   English dictionary

  • fast — I 1. adjective 1) a fast pace Syn: speedy, quick, swift, rapid; fast moving, fast paced, high speed, turbo, sporty; accelerated, express, blistering, breakneck, pell mell; hasty, hurried; informal nippy …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • paced — /payst/, adj. 1. having a specified or indicated pace (usually used in combination): fast paced. 2. counted out or measured by paces. 3. run at a pace set by a pacesetter. [1575 85; PACE1 + ED3] * * * …   Universalium

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