accelerate

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  • Accelerated programs typically have a lower cost than full-time two-year programs.
  • These accelerated children should be placed together in one class if possible.
  • He can make it move to his will or accelerate its growth.
  • Social media has accelerated the speed that information about a crisis can spread.
  • Wind is initially accelerated from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure.
  • However they did produce large social returns in western states by accelerating construction of the system.
  • Each stage is at a higher potential than the previous to provide the accelerating field.
  • The energy release re-accelerates the flow back to the local speed of sound.
  • In many cases the working mass is separate from the energy used to accelerate it.
  • He missed two weeks early in the season due to an accelerated heart beat.
  • As the cost has come down, the number of production applications is accelerating.
  • This is the most powerful forward setting and is used in accelerating forward from rest.
  • This means he was still accelerating as of the final quarter-mile of the race.
  • However, its growth accelerated in the post-war years and has continued to increase steadily since.
  • Despite this, their ability to accelerate well was put to good use on cross-country trains between main lines.
  • The discovery of oil accelerated the growth of the city's road network.
  • In other words, if a body is accelerating, then there is a force on it.
  • It is likely that further changes will occur, and possibly at an accelerated rate.
  • They accelerate a large mass of air but by a relatively small maximum change in speed.
  • The 1960s saw accelerated school and business growth throughout the city.
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Words starting with accelerate

Meaning of accelerate

  • verb Move faster
    The car accelerated
  • verb Cause to move faster
    He accelerated the car