Examples of fast lane in a Sentence
I pulled into the fast lane to pass the truck.
Recent Examples of fast lane from the Web
The proposal would stop internet service providers from blocking, speeding up or slowing down websites and video, as well as charging websites fees for fast lanes.
That could limit consumer choice or shut out upstart companies that can’t afford to buy access to the fast lane, critics worry.
In a 2016 blog post, Verizon called for Congress to pass laws banning blocking, throttling, and paid fast lanes, but didn’t specify if access fees should be included in the ban.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel called it the fast lane to the city's future.
PAID PRIORITIZATION Service providers could not create an internet fast lane for companies and consumers who paid premiums, and a slow lane for those who didn’t.
Net neutrality supporters want rules that prevent ISPs from block and slowing content, and from charging for fast lanes.
Doughnut drive-thru 3405 E. 86th St. Racing down Keystone trying to avoid pot holes and stay in the fast lane, who's got time to stop for doughuts.
Also, the TEXPress toll lanes have an exit that dumps traffic into the left main lane of southbound I-35W, causing traffic already in the fast lane to slow down.
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FAST LANE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fast lane for English Language Learners
: a section of a highway for cars that are traveling at high speeds
: a way of living that makes you very busy or that is full of excitement and often danger
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