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- v. To increase the speed of an engine, especially that of a stationary motor car
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- v. increase the number of rotations per minute
- v. speed up
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The cheeky-cum-youthful glow of tomato red that almost vibrates to the eye, a wonderful glimpse of the red of a candy apple with its glossy finish inviting you to sweet surrender, or the globally recognizable fire-engine red—cooler to the eye with hidden hues of blue—can rev up a randy response in almost anyone, when used in the right setting.
To rev up business, Hanscom’s was running a contest in all its New York outlets.