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Fast vs. Fat

Finding the differences between Fast and Fat


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Fast vs. Fat

Moving in a hurry or quick.
To give up eating food for a time.
Fast colors or dyes don't run or fade when you wash them.
Ahead of the right time.

Heavy or plump.
An oily substance found in the body tissues of animals and some plants.
Big or thick, as in a fat dictionary.
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