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at breakneck speed/pace

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat breakneck speed/paceat breakneck speed/paceFAST/QUICKextremely and often dangerously fast He drove away at breakneck speed. breakneck
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at breakneck speed/paceIf they had been alone ... She shook her head in disbelief; everything was suddenly moving at breakneck speed.Neither do I. Tradition is being manufactured at breakneck pace.As most travelers know, you can only travel at breakneck speed for so long.Dorothy Newman nudged her fellow conspirator back to reality, then they ran at breakneck speed to their respective homes.Some guides are indeed very brief, suggesting visits at breakneck speed where only a few items or rooms will be seen.
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