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Meanings of Fascista:

noun

A member of one of the nationalist fasci in italy in the period immediately after the first world war (1914–18); (subsequently) a member or supporter of the national fascist party which emerged from these groups during 1921. usually in plural and with capital initial, in form fascisti. see also fascio and "fascism", and compare "fascist".

adjective

Of or relating to the nationalist fasci in italy in the period immediately after the first world war (1914–18); (subsequently) of or relating to the national fascist party which emerged from these groups, or its principles or ideology. see "fascist".

Meanings of Fascistic:

adjective

Having or relating to extreme right-wing, authoritarian, or intolerant views or practices.

Usage examples:

His campaign is filled with vaguely fascistic imagery

Meanings of Fascistically:

adverb

In a fascist manner; in accordance with fascist principles and practices; (in extended use) in an intolerant or oppressive manner.

Meanings of Fascistization:

noun

The action or process of making a country, people, etc., conform to fascist principles or ideology; the process of becoming fascist in this way.

Meanings of Fascistize:

verb

To make (a country, people, etc.) conform to fascist principles or ideology; to make fascist in character.

Fascists

ˈfæʃ.ɪst

Meanings of Fascists:

noun

An advocate or follower of the political philosophy or system of fascism.

Usage examples:

He went to spain to fight against the fascists
adjective

Relating to or supporting fascism.

Usage examples:

A military coup threw out the old fascist regime

Fash

faʃ

Meanings of Fash:

verb

Feel upset or worried.

Usage examples:

She'll be coming soon, don't fash yourself

Meanings of Fashed:

verb

Feel upset or worried.

Usage examples:

She'll be coming soon, don't fash yourself

Meanings of Fashes:

verb

Feel upset or worried.

Usage examples:

She'll be coming soon, don't fash yourself

Meanings of Fashing:

verb

Feel upset or worried.

Usage examples:

She'll be coming soon, don't fash yourself

Fashion

ˈfæʃ.ən

Meanings of Fashion:

noun

A popular or the latest style of clothing, hair, decoration, or behaviour.

Usage examples:

The latest parisian fashions
verb

Make into a particular form.

Usage examples:

The bottles were fashioned from green glass
combining form

In the manner of something specified.

Usage examples:

The masts extend concertina-fashion

Fashion-forward

ˌfæʃ.ənˈfɔː.wəd

Meanings of Fashion-forward:

adjective

(of a person or style of clothing) very fashionable.

Usage examples:

The clothing line of choice for fashion-forward women

Fashionable

ˈfæʃ.ən.ə.bəl

Meanings of Fashionable:

adjective

Characteristic of, influenced by, or representing a current popular style.

Usage examples:

Fashionable clothes

Fashionably

ˈfæʃ.ən.ə.bli

Meanings of Fashionably:

adverb

In a manner characteristic of, influenced by, or representing a current popular style or trend.

Usage examples:

An elegant and fashionably dressed woman

Meanings of Fashioned:

verb

Make into a particular form.

Usage examples:

The bottles were fashioned from green glass
noun

A popular or the latest style of clothing, hair, decoration, or behaviour.

Usage examples:

The latest parisian fashions

Meanings of Fashioning:

verb

Make into a particular form.

Usage examples:

The bottles were fashioned from green glass
noun

A popular or the latest style of clothing, hair, decoration, or behaviour.

Usage examples:

The latest parisian fashions

Fashions

ˈfæʃ.ən

Meanings of Fashions:

noun

A popular or the latest style of clothing, hair, decoration, or behaviour.

Usage examples:

The latest parisian fashions
verb

Make into a particular form.

Usage examples:

The bottles were fashioned from green glass

Meanings of Fass:

noun

Abbreviation for financial accounting standard: one of the rules for financial reporting decided by the fasb

Usage examples:

Fas 65 explains the rules regarding certain mortgage banking activities.

Meanings of Fast:

adjective

Moving or capable of moving at high speed.

Usage examples:

A fast and powerful car
adverb

Engaging in or involving activities characterized by excitement, extranvagance, and risk-taking.

Usage examples:

The fast life she led in london
verb

Abstain from all or some kinds of food or drink, especially as a religious observance.

Usage examples:

The ministry instructed people to fast
noun

An act or period of fasting.

Usage examples:

A five-day fast

Meanings of Fast asleep:

collocation

Sleeping deeply

Fast food

ˌfɑːst ˈfuːd

Meanings of Fast food:

collocation

Inexpensive food prepared and served quickly

noun

Easily prepared processed food served in snack bars and restaurants as a quick meal or to be taken away.

Usage examples:

A fast-food restaurant

Meanings of Fast lane:

idiom

The traffic lane for vehicles that are moving rapidly

noun

A lane of a motorway or dual carriageway for use by traffic that is overtaking or moving more quickly than the rest.

Usage examples:

Speeding should be left on the race track not the local high housing estate or the fast lane of the…

Meanings of Fast-and-furious:

phrase

Used to describe something that is full of speed and excitement

Usage examples:

It's not a relaxing movie - it's pretty fast and furious., the insects were coming for us fast and …

Meanings of Fast-moving:

adjective

Developing or changing very quickly

Usage examples:

Companies such as these need to adapt constantly in fast-moving markets., after working for some ye…

Fast-talk

ˈfɑːst.tɔːk

Meanings of Fast-talk:

verb

To persuade people with a lot of quick, clever, but usually dishonest talk

Usage examples:

Fast-talk your way into he fast-talked his way into a powerful job.

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