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apace

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishapacea‧pace /əˈpeɪs/ adverb 🔊 🔊 FAST/QUICKhappening quickly 🔊 Expansion of the company has continued apace.
Examples from the Corpus
apaceBe that as it may, the North East had organized capital, organized labour and until 1920 was growing apace.The work of roof men and tree men proceeded apace.As a result, corporate cash flows have been expanding apace, and profit margins have improved.Electrification continued apace during the decade with the major investment on the East Coast main line and in East Anglia.He nodded and continued apace, lecturing me about how I should drink no alcohol and eat no fat.continued apaceMeanwhile, the concentration of ownership has continued apace.While the system of instruction was pondered upon further, Hardwick's work continued apace.Innovation and expansion have continued apace as manufacturers have no misgivings about the long-term future for clay roofing tiles.Electrification continued apace during the decade with the major investment on the East Coast main line and in East Anglia.He nodded and continued apace, lecturing me about how I should drink no alcohol and eat no fat.Economy Measures aimed at opening up the economy to foreign investment and the privatization of state companies continued apace throughout November.
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