Saturday , 18 May 2024

Accelerate meaning

Verb: accelerate

Pronunciation: (ak’se-lu,reyt)

Accelerate meaning:

  • To move faster.
  • To bring about at an earlier time.
  • To occur rapidly or to speed up the process

accelerated, accelerating, accelerates

Quotations:Robert Caldwell –  From the announcements in 1998 and subsequent measurements, we now know that the accelerated expansion of the universe did not start until sometime in the last 10 billion years.

Matt Snowling – Given the strength of the markets in the quarter and that industry flows into growth products are accelerating, these results were disappointing.

Scott Ford – This was a busy year strategically for our company and I am very proud of the entire team for all that we accomplished. We delivered a strong increase in wireless net customer additions and gains in average revenue per customer for the fourth quarter, capping a year where Alltel accelerated wireless growth by expanding our customer base and creating the nation’s largest wireless network.

Michael Burns – While a number of the actions we are taking are painful, they are vital to refocusing our company, accelerating cost and process efficiency, and driving improved performance across our global organization.

Dmitri Alperovitch – Although many machines have been disinfected, we’re certainly not out of the woods yet. Many machines may still be infected without their owner’s knowledge. The amount of media attention regarding the destructiveness and rapid propagation of the worm are accelerating action to block and remove the virus.

Sample sentences:

  1. We remain committed to accelerating our business plan.
  2. We know that leadership is very much related to change. As the pace of change accelerates, there is naturally a greater need for effective leadership.
  3. The pace of decline in the dollar has accelerated in the past weeks and that’s affecting demand for bonds.
  4. We remain committed to accelerating our business plans. As we’ve said, further details of those plans will be announced in January and we really cannot comment further at this time.
  5. Accelerating the growth in life sciences is key to our strategy to becoming a faster-growing, more profitable, less cyclical company.
  6. In Ontario, job losses in manufacturing have accelerated in recent months alongside announced layoffs in the key auto sector. However, Ontario’s economy is well diversified and strength in the service sector, which accounts for more than 70 percent of overall employment and economic activity, should support vehicle sales of about 590,000 units in 2006.
  7. The unfortunate result of accelerating the tuner mandate deadlines for all sets would be to decrease the number of digital TV tuners in the marketplace, which clearly does not serve the transition.
  8. His philosophy is he learned a lot through trial and error, and if any of that could be reduced in an academic setting, it would have accelerated his ability to move forward.
  9. We know that leadership is very much related to change. As the pace of change accelerates, there is naturally a greater need for effective leadership.
  10. The essential role of the environment is still marginal in discussions about poverty. While we continue to debate these initiatives, environmental degradation, including the loss of biodiversity and topsoil, accelerates, causing development efforts to falter.
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