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What is the opposite of slow down?

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Verb
Opposite of to hamper, hinder or slow down the progress of
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To feel great fear about something
“The situation is under control and there's no need to panic just yet.”
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To travel at a fast speed
“Rip the streets apart as you burn down the highway like you mean business.”
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(of a process) To speed up
more ❯
“Increasing the amount of heat will advance the cooking process.”
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To make worse
“As the economic situation inevitably worsens, tension and anxiety will only increase.”
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To make or become greater in size, extent, volume, amount, or number
“Product sales are expected to accelerate dramatically following the marketing campaign.”
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To work, or drive, oneself very hard
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To be the cause of
“The alternative should be rejected if the result is to produce an undesirable situation.”
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To push, carry, or send forcibly, hastily, or unceremoniously
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To harmonize or work well with something else
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To earn through work or effort
“You can gain valuable knowledge and experience through networking with others.”
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To lower in duration
“If you want to be competitive, you will need to reduce your personal best time by half.”
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To provide the means to do something
“The government hoped that reduced taxes would enable businesses to hire more staff.”
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(of time, usually "fly by") To pass swiftly
“How the long winter nights must fly by at Chez Blaine.”
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To act as someone's mentor
“As a senior member of our team, you will be expected to mentor our more junior staff.”
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To exert oneself for a particular purpose
“I had to work late into the night to complete my report before the deadline.”
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To direct or guide along a pathway
“The aqueduct was used to direct the water into an artificial lake.”
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To acquire or develop
“The horse may form bad habits which are destructive to itself.”
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To advance or to promote the growth of
“He knew that he would need to develop his skills if he was to compete with the other athletes.”
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To fix or shape the form or character of
“Your willingness to work hard will determine how successful you are in life.”
Interjection
Said when encouraging someone or telling them to move or proceed faster
Hurry up! We haven't got all day.”
Noun
Great haste in movement or progress
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