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1. A lane on a highway for use by faster moving vehicles.
2. Informal A hectic or frenetic way of living, especially when involving the pursuit of sensual pleasure.
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1. (Automotive Engineering) the outside lane on a motorway or dual carriageway for vehicles overtaking or travelling at high speed
2. informal the quickest but most competitive route to success
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1. the lane of a multilane roadway that is used by fast-moving vehicles.
2. any activity or pursuit that is high-pressured, competitive, and sometimes dissipated or dangerous.
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|Noun||1.||fast lane - a hectic and pressured lifestyle often characterized by recklessness or dissipation; "life in fashion's fast lane has taught her a lot"|
|2.||fast lane - the traffic lane for vehicles that are moving rapidly|
traffic lane - a lane of a main road that is defined by painted lines; "that car is in the wrong traffic lane"
slow lane - the traffic lane for vehicles that are moving slowly
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