move fast

See: hasten
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If a horse did not move fast enough, or hold his head high enough, it was owing to some fault of his keep- ers.
These young ladies are Americans, and you know that it is the national character to move fast. "All right--go ahead!" (I am learning a great deal of English, or, rather, a great deal of American.) They go ahead at a rate that sometimes makes it difficult for me to keep up.
"I'll arrange it," and she rushed forward so that the maids who were tacking up her skirt could not move fast enough and a piece of gauze was torn off.
Race cars sure move fast on the track, but how to they get there in the first place?
In Travel Light, Move Fast (Penguin Press, $27, 9781594206740, audio/eBook available), Fuller focuses her gaze on her father, Tim.
So I think they are trying to move fast so that doesn't happen.
The situation may call for you to move fast, without regard to technique.
It includes seats on flights happening right now, but you'll have to move fast - the sale finishes today.
Things move fast. Technology moves fast, modalities move fast, there's all types of different treatments."
We are moving fast and we want the projects to move fast, Dizon pointed out.
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8 -- Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen has instructed the Consumers Affairs Authority (CAA) under his Ministry on 07 February to 'move fast on errant traders who fail to give the recent budgetary benefits to Lankan consumers.