Fast-forward meaning

făst-fôr'wərd
Fast forward is defined as to cause something to advance at quicker than normal speed.

An example of fast forward is when you press the button on your remote to jump ahead so you do not have to watch commercials.

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A control mechanism on an audio or video player that permits rapid advancement of a recording.
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The state of being in rapid advancement or progression, as of a film or a sequence of events.
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To advance an audio or video recording rapidly.
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To think ahead to a later time or stage in a sequence of events.
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To advance (an audio or video recording) rapidly.
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To speed up the progression of (a sequence of events).
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The setting on an electronic playback device, allowing the user to skip portions and advance at an accelerated speed to a later section of a disc, tape, etc.
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The act or condition of speeding up and advancing.
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To advance to a later time at an accelerated speed.
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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.
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(intransitive) To be fast-forwarded; to move ahead in this fashion.
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(intransitive, figuratively, by extension) To shift one's attention or focus toward a later point in time.
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A button that causes media to be fast forwarded.
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Alternative spelling of fast forward.
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