Fast-feed



verb

To dispense fast food: a culinary wasteland that seemed to exist totally to fast-feed the captive audiences (1990s+)

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    [fast-foo-der, fahst-] /ˈfæstˈfu dər, ˈfɑst-/ noun, Informal. 1. Also, fast-foodery [fast-foo-duh-ree, fahst-] /ˈfæstˈfu də ri, ˈfɑst-/ (Show IPA). a restaurant that sells . 2. a person or company that operates a fast-food business.

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