accelerate, speed up, speed, quicken(verb)
"The car accelerated"
recreate, hotfoot, zip, travel rapidly, quicken, cannonball along, vivify, whet, bucket along, race, hurry, rush along, hie, hasten, belt along, speed, renovate, revivify, reanimate, pelt along, animate, repair, revive, invigorate, speed up, step on it, rush
accelerate, speed, speed up(verb)
cause to move faster
"He accelerated the car"
To cause to move faster; to quicken the motion of; to add to the speed of.
To quicken the natural or ordinary progression or process of.
to accelerate the growth of a plant, the increase of wealth, etc.
To cause a change of velocity.
To hasten, as the occurrence of an event.
to accelerate our departure.
To enable a student to finish a course of study in less than normal time.
To become faster; to begin to move more quickly.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To quicken, in the sense here considered, is to increase speed, move or cause to move more rapidly, as through more space or with, a greater number of motions in the same time. To accelerate is to increase the speed of action or of motion. A motion whose speed increases upon itself is said to be accelerated, as the motion of a falling body, which becomes swifter with every second of time. To accelerate any work is to hasten it toward a finish, commonly by quickening all its operations in orderly unity toward the result. To despatch is to do and be done with, to get a thing off one's hands. To despatch an enemy is to kill him outright and quickly; to despatch a messenger is to send him in haste; to despatch a business is to bring it quickly to an end. Despatch is commonly used of single items. To promote a cause is in any way to bring it forward, advance it in power, prominence, etc. To speed is really to secure swiftness; to hasten is to attempt it, whether successfully or unsuccessfully. Hurry always indicates something of confusion. The hurried man forgets dignity, appearance, comfort, courtesy, everything but speed; he may forget something vital to the matter in hand; yet, because reckless haste may attain the great object of speed, hurry has come to be the colloquial and popular word for acting quickly. To facilitate is to quicken by making easy; to expedite is to quicken by removing hindrances. A good general will improve roads to facilitate the movements of troops, hasten supplies and perfect discipline to promote the general efficiency of the force, despatch details of business, expedite all preparations, in order to accelerate the advance and victory of his army.
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Saudi Arabia is keen to see an improvement in the oil market and accelerate the balancing process, and expects other producers to do the same, while supply is not increasing except from exempt countries such as Libya and Nigeria, demand is picking up and we are starting to see inventory draws in total petroleum stocks in recent weeks.
Covid is so infectious that we've seen that outbreaks in this population of older people can really accelerate incredibly fast, it is the vulnerability of older people to fight off the virus.
We have made great progress towards making our posts safer since 2012, … Our implementation efforts include work to expand the corps of Diplomatic Security personnel, enhance interagency coordination to address threat information, expand the Marine Security Guard program, and accelerate projects to build and upgrade secure facilities.
Fig Newton: The force required to accelerate a fig 39.37 inches per sec.
Through close cooperation and collaboration with developers, governments and public health providers, we hope to harness the power of technology to help countries around the world slow the spread of COVID-19 and accelerate the return of everyday life.
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- إسراع, تسريع, إستعجالArabic
- паскара́цца, паскара́ць, паско́рыцца, паско́рыцьBelarusian
- засилвам, ускоря́вам се, ускоря́вамBulgarian
- zrychlit, urychlitCzech
- beschleunigen, schneller werden, eilen, beeilenGerman
- acelerar, apresurarSpanish
- kiihdyttää, nopeuttaaFinnish
- gyorsít, gyorsulHungarian
- rapidigar, rapideskarIdo
- accelerare, affrettareItalian
- 促進, 加速Japanese
- acceleréierenLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- versnellen, bespoedigenDutch
- påskynde, akselerere, sette opp fartenNorwegian
- przyśpieszać, przyśpieszać się, przyśpieszyć się, przyśpieszyćPolish
- acelerar, apressarPortuguese
- ускоря́ть, ускоряться, ускориться, уско́ритьRussian
- zrýchľovať, zrýchliťSlovak
- accelerera, ge mer gas, gasa, påskyndaSwedish
- hızlandırmak, hızlanmakTurkish
- приско́рювати, приско́рюватисяUkrainian
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