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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgallopinggal‧lop‧ing /ˈɡæləpɪŋ/ adjective [only before noun]  INCREASE IN NUMBER OR AMOUNTincreasing or developing very quickly syn runawaygalloping inflation/consumption etc galloping inflation of 20 to 30%
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gallopingthe galloping cost of health careThis meant that the thing, the maker of the noise, the galloping creature, was getting closer.So will follow the galloping grey into the land of legend this weekend.I was thrown from a galloping horse.When I was about four years of age, he made a working model roundabout with galloping horses.The galloping men in the distance came closer.galloping inflation/consumption etcFor Keynesian economists confusion was further confounded when these were accompanied by galloping inflation.Their pensions were virtually wiped out by galloping inflation.The peasants could not muster enough cash, on account of galloping inflation, to pay the excise duties.
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