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From fast (advadverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down."):
faster
adv comparative
fastest
adv superlative
From fast (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
faster
adj comparative
fastest
adj superlative
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

faster

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the fasters haven't eaten [since Monday, for five days]
  2. fasters are protesting...
  3. the fasters refuse to eat until...
  4. [Yom Kippur, Ramadan] fasters
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

fast

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. a fast [car, runner, horse]
  2. that was a fast [race, play, finish]
  3. a fast [dance, song, move]
  4. a fast [solution, way, method] (to)
  5. the fast [line, lane, queue, track]
  6. fast [delivery, shipping, forecasts, payment, treatment] (for)
  7. the fastest [runner] in the [town, world, school]
  8. fast and [easy, reliable, simple, cheap]
  9. slang: pull a fast one
  10. is faster than the speed of light
  11. they [are, became] fast friends
adv
  1. hold fast (to)
  2. (but) it was stuck fast
  3. we [need, have] to think fast
  4. is [going, driving, working] faster (than normal)
  5. slow down, you're [driving, going, moving] too fast
  6. don't go [too, so] fast
  7. going faster than the speed limit
  8. [fell, was] fast asleep
  9. is fast becoming [popular, my favorite]
n
  1. a [religious, diet] fast
  2. [intermittent, regular, twice-weekly] fasts
  3. a fast for [religious reasons, a new diet]
  4. a fast for [Ramadan, Lent]
  5. a fast of [water, juice] alone
  6. have been on a fast for [one week]
  7. went on a fast [as a protest, to lose weight]
  8. break their fast at [sunset, night]
  9. on a fast during [daytime, daylight]
  10. the fast is broken at [sunset]
n as adj
  1. am [on, doing, following] the fast diet
  2. (on) a fast day
v
  1. fast for [Ramadan, Lent]
  2. fast during [Ramadan, the day]
  3. fast until [dusk, midnight]
  4. fasting for [health, weight loss]
  5. fast for a [day, week]
  6. fast for [two] days [a, every, in the] week
  7. fast on [water, bread]
  8. fast before [surgery, an operation, a blood test]
  9. fast in [solidarity, protest]
additional examples
  1. fast for [Ramadan, Lent]
  2. a [religious, diet] fast
  3. am [on, doing, following] the fast diet
  4. a fast [car, runner, horse]
  5. fast during [Ramadan, the day]
  6. [intermittent, regular, twice-weekly] fasts
  7. (on) a fast day
  8. that was a fast [race, play, finish]
  9. fast until [dusk, midnight]
  10. a fast for [religious reasons, a new diet]
  11. a fast [dance, song, move]
  12. fasting for [health, weight loss]
  13. a fast for [Ramadan, Lent]
  14. a fast [solution, way, method] (to)
  15. fast for a [day, week]
  16. a fast of [water, juice] alone
  17. the fast [line, lane, queue, track]
  18. fast for [two] days [a, every, in the] week
  19. have been on a fast for [one week]
  20. fast [delivery, shipping, forecasts, payment, treatment] (for)
  21. fast on [water, bread]
  22. went on a fast [as a protest, to lose weight]
  23. the fastest [runner] in the [town, world, school]
  24. fast before [surgery, an operation, a blood test]
  25. break their fast at [sunset, night]
  26. fast and [easy, reliable, simple, cheap]
  27. fast in [solidarity, protest]
  28. on a fast during [daytime, daylight]
  29. [very, too, extremely, incredibly] fast
  30. the fast is broken at [sunset]
  31. not so fast!
  32. slang: pull a fast one
  33. hold fast (to)
  34. (but) it was stuck fast
  35. we [need, have] to think fast
  36. is [going, driving, working] faster (than normal)
  37. slow down, you're [driving, going, moving] too fast
  38. don't go [too, so] fast
  39. is faster than the speed of light
  40. going faster than the speed limit
  41. they [are, became] fast friends
  42. [fell, was] fast asleep
  43. is fast becoming [popular, my favorite]
  44. a fast-paced [world, movie, thriller, romp]
  45. fast-acting [yeast, painkiller, pain relief, remedy, drug]
  46. a fast-growing [cell, plant, movement]
  47. a fast-thinking [person, manager, coach]
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