fast forward definition

  • verb:
    • resulting in an audio or video tape, electronic news flow, etc. to go ahead very fast, making sure that whenever unit is played, it will start at a later point.
    • to-be fast-forwarded; to go forward within style.
    • (figuratively) (By extension) to move your attention or focus toward a later stage.
    • To cause an audio or movie tape, digital media flow, etc. to move forward very fast, to ensure that as soon as the unit is played, it'll start at a later point.
    • To be fast-forwarded; to go ahead inside style.
    • (figuratively) (By expansion) to move one's attention or focus toward a later moment in time.
    • To cause an audio or video tape, digital news stream, etc. to move forward extremely fast, to ensure that as soon as the product is played, it will start at a later point.
    • becoming fast-forwarded; to move ahead inside style.
    • (figuratively) (By expansion) to shift a person's attention or focus toward a later time.
    • To cause an audio or video tape, electronic media flow, etc. to maneuver forward extremely fast, to ensure if the product is played, it's going to start at a later point.
    • becoming fast-forwarded; to go forward inside style.
    • (figuratively) (By extension) to move a person's attention or focus toward a later moment in time.
  • noun:
    • A button that triggers news to-be fast forwarded.
    • A button that triggers news becoming quickly forwarded.
    • A button that causes media to be quickly sent.
    • A button that triggers media is quickly sent.

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