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Noun(1) distance travelled per unit time(2) a rate (usually rapid(3) changing location rapidly(4) the ratio of the focal length to the diameter of a (camera(5) a central nervous system stimulant that increases energy and decreases appetite; used to treat narcolepsy and some forms of depression
Verb(1) move hurridly(2) move faster(3) move very fast(4) travel at an excessive or illegal velocity(5) cause to move faster
(1) The second tactic is rather more controversial - the use of part numbers performance ratings to suggest a higher clock speed than is actually the case.(2) our staff will help to speed you through the process(3) an engine running at full speed(4) we turned onto the runway and began to gather speed(5) the new road will speed traffic out of the city(6) I just want to bring you up to speed .(7) He gave a low chuckle before, in a sudden movement and with surprising speed , he kicked me across the face.(8) she increased her speed(9) the course is delivered on CDROM so students can progress at their own speed(10) may God speed you(11) It seems the children quickly appreciated their own limitations and adapted their speed and movements to their abilities.(12) They will be sent for forensic testing for ecstasy, speed and cannabis.(13) she spoke at speed(14) mix the ingredients at high speed(15) Scott also plays with lenses, camera speed and some excellent special effects to heighten the impact of the harrowing fight scenes.(16) PC Clark said excessive speed and the fact he was two-and-a-half times over the drink-drive limit were the primary factors behind the smash.
1. rate ::
2. rapidity ::
3. velocity ::
4. fastness ::
5. upper ::
7. hurry ::
8. drive too fast ::
gyrru yn rhy gyflym
9. hasten ::
11. pelt along ::
Pelt ar hyd
Different Formsspeed, speeder, speeders, speedily, speeding, speeds, speedy
Word Example from TV Shows
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And I need to get you up to SPEED.
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 8
He taught me that SPEED defeats size.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
And then rate of SPEED
equals distance over time.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 1
If you're not going to slow down for
the SPEED bumps, I withdraw my objection.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 5
"Let's SPEED this up,
a lot of people wanna talk."
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 17
English to Welsh Dictionary: speed
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