verb-transitive: To cause to occur sooner than expected.
verb-transitive: To cause to develop or progress more quickly: a substance used to accelerate a fire.
verb-transitive: To reduce the time required for (an academic course, for example); compress into a shorter period.
verb-transitive: To make it possible for (a student) to finish an academic course faster than usual.
verb-transitive: Physics To change the velocity of.
verb-intransitive: To move or act faster. See Synonyms at speed.
verb-intransitive: To engage in an academic program that progresses faster than usual.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
And all of that combined, I think helps us to, what I call accelerate the problem to that solution.
If there was an ‘ongoing investigation’ of ‘national security’ issues guarded by ‘executive priveledge’ would the McSpin accelerate fast enough to tear a hole in the space-time continuum?
- A new framework called accelerate for hardware accelerated math functions. - 100 new user features.
The president said he hopes to "accelerate" that timeline with this selection.
The chancellor said that the G20's call for those nations facing the most serious fiscal challenges to "accelerate" the pace at which they repair the damage caused to public finances by the recession represented a significant change of tack.