Accelerate (verb)

  1. To make something move faster.
  2. To cause something to happen sooner than it would have naturally.

Origin:

From latin acceleratus, past participle of accelerare ("to hasten, quicken"), from ad ("to") + celer ("swift").

Examples:

  1. The car accelerated down the highway.
  2. The economy is beginning to accelerate after a period of stagnation.
  3. He accelerated his pace as he neared the finish line.
  4. The company is looking for ways to accelerate growth.
  5. The new technology is designed to accelerate the manufacturing process.
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