Definitions

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  • adjective accelerated again

Etymologies

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re- +‎ accelerated

Examples

  • Revenue growth at the Internet's daily-deal leader reaccelerated in the fourth quarter to 18%, compared with the third quarter.

    Groupon Growth Not Good Enough

  • In fact, growth has really reaccelerated in the last 18 months.

    CNN Transcript Sep 2, 2009

  • "Should Michael Jackson's career be reaccelerated, it will have substantial additional value."

    Economic Reality Prompts a Makeover at 'Neverland'

  • Bank stocks were higher in China as investors started to bet on improved earnings ahead, given new-loans growth reaccelerated to 1.5 trillion yuan in June.

    Japan Shippers Fall, Nikkei Ends Flat

  • "Our latest checks shows the handset market indeed reaccelerated in September," the analyst said in an Oct. 13 report.

    Samsung Q3 Bodes Well For Wireless Sector: Analyst

  • At each successive receiving station the positively charged charmed quarks were carefully redirected and reaccelerated to their next destination.

    The End of the Matter

  • Instead of being reaccelerated there, the unstoppable beam would be read by a subelementary-particle counter and its message deciphered.

    The End of the Matter

  • At each successive receiving station the positively charged charmed quarks were carefully redirected and reaccelerated to their next destination.

    The End of The Matter

  • At each successive receiving station the positively charged charmed quarks were carefully redirected and reaccelerated to their next destination.

    The End Of The Matter

  • Instead of being reaccelerated there, the unstoppable beam would be read by a subelementary-particle counter and its message deciphered.

    The End Of The Matter

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