Definitions for accelerated

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word accelerated

Princeton's WordNet

  1. accelerated(adj)

    speeded up, as of an academic course

    "in an accelerated program in school"


  1. accelerated(adj.)

    1 caused to move faster

  2. accelerated(adj.)

    1 caused to be completed in a shorter than normal time period; speeded up, as of an academic course; He took an accelerated curriculum, and graduated in three years. Opposite of delayed.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Accelerated

    of Accelerate

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Menander:

    The school of hard knocks is an accelerated curriculum.

  2. Giacomo Lombardo:

    The decline accelerated during the 1970s, and the last baby was born in 1987.

  3. De Beers:

    One of the things that accelerated this is the current state of the diamond market.

  4. Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius:

    Things accelerated during this visit. These are extremely important projects. Our partnership is moving up a gear.

  5. John Miller:

    I haven't seen this much red in a long time, it seems like people's concerns regarding cord-cutting have accelerated.


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