Definition of fast and furious in English:

fast and furious

adjective

  • Full of rapid action; lively and exciting.

    ‘the game was fast and furious’
    • ‘The combat is at times fast and furious, and at times tactical.’
    • ‘The cognitive world we live in is fast and furious and full of transport and unknown noise and probably very challenging to many people.’
    • ‘Its finale was fast and furious with the orchestra almost getting ahead of itself, as though running down hill, losing control of one's legs.’
    • ‘It will be fast and furious stuff, and full of passion, but everything must come to an end sooner or later.’
    • ‘All three of them started to guffaw and giggle through the static, and the pace became fast and furious.’
    • ‘The second half was full of fast and furious play, and when the full-time whistle was blown, the Sri Lanka Army had proved to be too strong for the Panthers, winning by a final score of 28 to 21.’
    • ‘Her fingers fast and furious, each note swelling with emotion, she played.’
    • ‘The recall campaign was fast and furious, lasting only 77 days.’
    • ‘And the comedy is, for the most part, fast and furious; for instance, you'll find the funniest ping-pong game you're ever likely to see in this movie.’
    • ‘The new ‘Star Wars’ movie is now showing across the country, but the summer competition is fast and furious.’
    frantic, wild, frenetic, hectic, fraught, feverish, fevered, mad, crazed, manic, hyperactive, energetic, intense, turbulent, tumultuous
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Pronunciation

fast and furious

/fɑːst (ə)n(d) ˈfjʊərɪəs/