Speed

  • 61Speed X — Nick Catanese Nick Catanese Nick Catanese sur scène Naissance février 1971 Pays d’origine …

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  • 62speed — noun 1》 the rate at which someone or something moves or operates or is able to move or operate.     ↘rapidity of movement or action. 2》 each of the possible gear ratios of a bicycle or (US) of a motor vehicle. 3》 the light gathering power or f… …

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  • 63Speed 3 — Infobox Television episode Title = Speed 3 Series = Father Ted Caption = Season = 3 Episode = 3 Airdate = 27 March 1998 Production = Writer = Graham Linehan, Arthur Mathews Director = Andy DeEmmony Guests = Pat Laffan (Pat Mustard) John Rogan (Mr …

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  • 64speed — 1. noun 1) the speed of their progress Syn: rate, pace, tempo, momentum 2) the speed with which they responded Syn: rapidity, swiftness, speediness, quickness, dispatch, promptness, immediacy …

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  • 65speed — 1. noun 1) the speed of their progress Syn: rate, pace, tempo, momentum, velocity; informal lick 2) the speed with which they responded Syn: rapidity, swiftness, promptness, briskness, haste …

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  • 66speed — 1. n. methamphetamine; amphetamine in general. (Drugs.) □ Speed is a monstrous problem in some cities. □ Kids think that speed won’t get them into trouble. 2. in. to use methamphetamine; to be high on methamphetamine or amphetamine. (Drugs.) □… …

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  • 67Speed — Fahrt, Geschwindigkeit, Schnelligkeit, Tempo; (ugs.): Karacho, Rasanz, Zahn. * * * Speed: I.Speed,der:⇨Geschwindigkeit(I) II.Speed,das:⇨Aufputschmittel Speed 1.→Rauschgift 2.→Geschwindigkeit 3.→Schwung …

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  • 68speed up — phrasal verb Word forms speed up : present tense I/you/we/they speed up he/she/it speeds up present participle speeding up past tense sped up or speeded up past participle sped up or speeded up 1) [intransitive] to move or happen faster You see… …

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  • 69speed up — Synonyms and related words: accelerate, bundle, bustle, crack on, crowd, dispatch, drive on, expedite, forward, gain ground, haste, hasten, hasten on, hie on, hurry, hurry along, hurry on, hurry up, hustle, hustle up, open the throttle, pick up… …

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  • 70Speed — 1Speed [spi:d] der; s, s <aus engl. speed »Schnelligkeit, Geschwindigkeit«> Geschwindigkeit[ssteigerung] eines Rennläufers od. Pferdes; Spurt (Sport). Speed 2 2Speed das; s, s <zu 1↑Speed> (Jargon) stimulierende, erregende,… …

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  • 71speed up — 1) PHR V ERG When something speeds up or when you speed it up, it moves or travels faster. [V P] You notice that your breathing has speeded up a bit... [V P n (not pron)] He pushed a lever that speeded up the car. [Also V n P] 2) …

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  • 72speed — n 1. rapidity, haste, hurry, hurriedness, celerity, velocity, speediness; alacrity, promptness, dispatch; swiftness, fleetness, quickness, fastness, ex peditiousness, precipitousness. v 2. further, forward, expedite, promote, advance; nudge ahead …

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  • 73speed·up — /ˈspiːdˌʌp/ noun, pl ups : an increase in the speed or rate of something [count] usually singular Economists are worried about a possible speedup in/of inflation. [noncount] I d like to see some speedup in the selection process. see also speed up …

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  • 74Speed — The rate at which the gamma of an option or warrant will change in relation to underlying price in the underlying market. More specifically, it is the third order derivative of an options value to price. A high speed value indicates that gamma is …

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  • 75Speed — This interesting and unusual surname has two possible, related, origins; the first is of Anglo Saxon, pre Conquest date, and is an example of the widespread and common practice of creating a surname from a nickname. In this instance the nickname… …

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  • 76speed up — phr verb Speed up is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑car Speed up is used with these nouns as the object: ↑delivery, ↑development, ↑integration, ↑process, ↑production, ↑rate, ↑reaction, ↑recovery, ↑thing …

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  • 77speed up — (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To accelerate] Syn. go faster, increase speed, move into a higher speed, get into high gear, get into overdrive; see also improve 2 , race 1 . 2. [To cause to accelerate] Syn. promote, further, get things going, get things… …

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  • 78speed — s. anfetamina. ❙ «La metamfetamina es una droga [...] En América se llama speed...» Fernando Martínez Laínez, La intentona del dragón. ❙ «Parecen cinco gramos de lo que ha venido a llamarse speed, una mezcla de anfetamina en polvo adulterada...»… …

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  • 79speed — characteristic speed critical speed …

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  • 80speed — n an amphetamine drug. The word was first applied in the 1960s to methe drine, a powerful stimulant. By 1968 it was becoming the generic term for all amphetamines (which literally speed up the nervous system). ► Someone suffering (and they do!)… …

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