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    #1

    big or fast

    a. He bought big or fast cars.
    b. He only bought big or fast cars.
    c. He bought the big or fast cars. (the cars which were big or fast)

    Are the above sentences correct?

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    #2

    Re: big or fast

    They're correct, but 1 & 3 might require a bit of context to make much sense.

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