Translation of accelerate in Spanish:


acelerar, v.

Pronunciation /əkˈsɛləreɪt//əkˈsɛləˌreɪt/

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (car/bus/train) acelerar
    (person) acelerar
    Motor Vehicles apretar el acelerador
    (growth/process) acelerarse
    • The need for water investment keeps inexorably increasing and tends to accelerate as the deterioration of these systems advance.
    • I can't believe how fast these cars accelerate out of the corner.
    • Observations of change over the past century indicate that technology is evolving exponentially, which means change is accelerating or the rate of change is increasing.
    • Then the airplane starts accelerating rapidly and people begin panicking.
    • From a standing start, the car accelerated smoothly and quickly.
    • These adverse inflationary monetary events are accelerating and can only increase the weight bearing down on the MCDI.
    • The vehicle accelerated in a sudden thrust, swerving about out of control.
    • All of the northern regions of England and Wales showed prices rising, with the pace of increase accelerating in Yorkshire and the Humber for the first time since last October.
    • As you can see, not only is the total increasing, the rate of that increase also has been accelerating steadily for the past three years.
    • In Europe we talk about style and how fast a car accelerates.
    • But it still leaves unexplained why the rate of house price increases should be accelerating at all, and how reliable and sustainable this acceleration is.
    • If the economy improves, inflation accelerates and interest rates rise, your Savings Bond rates will go up, too.
    • Within the core CPI, shelter costs are accelerating at an alarming rate, rising 0.5 percent in May and June.
    • It's more of the same only faster and faster because the future's now coming at the speed of light and change is accelerating at an exponential rate.
    • The test commenced with the vehicle accelerating under normal conditions from a standing position to the testing speed.
    • They watched as the silvery vehicle accelerated into the fast lane and then disappeared in a bright flash.
    • The rate of advance of biotech is likely to accelerate to such an extent that many people who are alive right now will live to see aging become at first partially reversible.
    • What the figures don't tell you, though, is just how quickly this little car accelerates in the midrange.
    • Then, Spinella says, the shift into hybrids and smaller vehicles would accelerate.
    • Biotechnology will continue to advance and its rate of advance will accelerate.
    • Cable operators and other carriers are adopting DWDM at a slower rate - a rate that is accelerating, but nowhere near the activity of the telcos.
    • It may not have the highest percentage of population infected, but, frighteningly and tragically, its rate of increase is accelerating.
    • This contribution is expected to increase as melting rates accelerate, though ultimately the added runoff is predicted to disappear as glaciers decline many decades from now.
    • Ponting and Martyn settled in after tea to appear increasingly comfortable, with the scoring rate accelerating in direct comparison with the perceived comfort of the batsmen.
    • The average F1 car can accelerate faster than most other race cars, aside from drag racing and rally cars that is.
    • Amazingly both cars are as fast as each other, with the diesel car accelerating just a bit quicker than the petrol.
    • The shifting of language in communities may in fact be accelerating with increased mobility and technological advances.
    • As the ship accelerated, chunks of the back end began to fly off and disintegrate.
    • The government wants to halt this trend, which is accelerating at an alarming rate, and is calling on employers to give the 50-plus age - group a fair chance of employment right up to retirement.
    • The helpless ship accelerated for a few moments and then began to slow down, eventually coming to a standstill.
    • The Escort accelerated towards Glasgow, and as the midnight traffic dwindled, the hitcher knew the game was up.
    • Once the countdown reached zero the cart began to move, accelerating rather rapidly.
    • The vehicle accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in roughly 16 seconds.
    • A unique feature of VTM - 4 is that it drives the rear wheels whenever the vehicle accelerates, even on dry pavement.
    • They heard the roar of the engines and squealing of tires as the cars accelerated quickly from Ottawa Street.
    • The airplane accelerates very quickly in the dive and when seen from the ground appears extremely fast.
    • She gazed back towards the bus stop as the East route vehicle accelerated away.
    • My bike accelerates faster, though, and it's a lot more agile, and I have a clear picture in my head of the city grid for this section and a feel for the traffic rhythms.
    • If they rise because economic growth appears to be accelerating, the increase will be harmless.
    • Throughout 2003 the monthly increases in the unemployment rate accelerated and the average number of hours worked declined.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (process/trend/growth) acelerar
    (process/trend/growth) apresurar
  • 2accelerated past participle

    accelerated program curso acelerado masculine