Fast and quick
I would like to know what is the exact difference between Fast and quick?
Thank you very much for you help.
Re: Fast and quick
They mean the same, so the differences are collocational; we would, for instance, generally talk about a fast car, but in a race you could say that a car had been quick, which would imply that it had reached a high speed on this occasion rather than always doing it.
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