fast forward

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n. or fast forward
1. A control mechanism on an audio or video player that permits rapid advancement of a recording.
2. The state of being in rapid advancement or progression, as of a film or a sequence of events: "The trial was on fast forward" (Nelson DeMille).
v. fast-for·ward·ed, fast-for·ward·ing, fast-for·wards
1. To advance an audio or video recording rapidly.
2. To think ahead to a later time or stage in a sequence of events.
1. To advance (an audio or video recording) rapidly.
2. To speed up the progression of (a sequence of events).
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avance rapide
hitro vrtenje naprej

fast forward

A. N (also fast forward button) → botón m de avance rápido
B. VTpasar para delante, adelantar
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