accelerate[ ak-sel-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF accelerate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCELERATE
The narrowness serves to concentrate the strength and accelerate the work.
And he was stamping off to accelerate these preparations for departure, when her voice arrested him.
To accelerate the introduction of the cargo, a grain-elevator was employed.
As soon as the copter grounded, he could accelerate and escape.
The small ships were not able to accelerate to the terrific speed needed.
Then and only then did he accelerate to full cruising speed.
The tendency is to accelerate unduly the speed of the machine.
In vain she tried to check, or at all events to accelerate, the tale.
Didn't you see him accelerate to an impossible speed in an impossible time?
A man named Hirsch is hired by the Krupp firm to "accelerate" this work.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ACCELERATE
- make haste
- shake up
- step up