accelerate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to improve the rate of.
    • To cause to happen prior to anticipated.
    • To cause to build up or progress faster: a substance familiar with speed up a fire.
    • to cut back enough time necessary for (an academic course, for example); compress into a shorter duration.
    • making it possible for (a student) in order to complete an academic training course faster than normal.
    • Physics To change the velocity of.
    • resulting in to move faster; to quicken the motion of; to enhance the speed of; -- against retard.
    • To quicken the natural or ordinary development or process of
    • To accelerate, since the occurence of an event.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to maneuver or act faster. See Synonyms at speed.
    • To engage in an academic program that progresses faster than normal.
  • verb:
    • resulting in to maneuver quicker; to quicken the movement of; to add to the rate of.
    • To quicken the normal or ordinary development or means of.
    • resulting in a change of velocity.
    • To hasten, as the occurrence of an event.
    • allow students to complete a program of research in under regular time.
    • In order to become quicker; to begin to maneuver quicker.
    • Grow; enhance.
    • alternate form of accelerated.
    • cause to maneuver faster
    • move faster
  • adjective:
    • Accelerated; quickened; hastened; hurried.
  • others:
    • In order to make quicker; cause to go or advance faster; hasten; add to the velocity of; offer a higher price of progress to: because, to speed up motion or the price of movement; to speed up the transmission of cleverness; to speed up the development of a plant, and/or development of knowledge.
    • to carry nearer over time; cause, or assist to result in, more quickly than would usually have now been the outcome: as, to accelerate the ruin of a government; to accelerate death.
    • In order to become faster; escalation in rate.
    • To assign a night out together prior to when the true or genuine one; give an early on date to; antedate.

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