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speedup

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspeedupspeed‧up, speed-up /ˈspiːdʌp/ noun [countable usually singular]  an increase in the speed of something or in the rate at which a process happensspeedup in a speedup in population growth
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speedupAnyone who thinks about the speedup of change must sense that it has a lot to do with modern technology.But Democrats say the speedup would undermine the work of a commission that is developing standards for a new statewide test.The speedup in the rate of change, especially within the past two decades, is well known.speedup ina speedup in the economy
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