13/SET/2009 11:35 PM
||Fast vs Quick
|When fast and quick are used to mean "in a short time", they are often interchangeable. Once in a while, however, one will be preferred over another.
in a short time doing something or happening in a short time:
The subway is the fastest (or quickest)
way to get downtown.
The company must give a faster (or quicker)
response to clients' requests.
The rainforests are being chopped down at an alarmingly fast (quick doesn't sound "right" here)
I'm a fast (or quick)
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