Idioms: fast track -- faze me out

fast track the quickest route or path, short cut There is no fast track to success in the field of photography.
faster than a minnow can swim a dipper very fast, faster than a speeding bullet, quicker than you can say Jack Robinson It hovered for a minute or so, then disappeared - faster than a minnow can swim a dipper!
faster than a speeding bullet very fast, lightning fast, greased lightning Who changes clothes in a phone booth and flies faster than a speeding bullet?
fastball a baseball pitched at top speed (other pitches: slider, sinker, changeup, etc.) Judd's fastball travels at about 95 miles per hour.
fat cat rich or wealthy person, rolling in it They're the fat cats in our town. They've got tons of money.
fat chance very little chance, not likely Me? Type 100 words per minute? Fat chance!
fat lip a hit on the lip, an injured lip Where'd you get the fat lip? Did somebody hit you?
fate is sealed destiny was known, fate was determined When you said you loved me, that's when your fate was sealed.
faze me bother me, affect me, not take it in stride When the announcer said that Rajesh had won the lottery, it didn't faze him. He just smiled and said, "That's nice."
faze me out confuse me, surprise me, throw me for a loop The new expressions fazed me out. They confused me.
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