decelerate

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  • verb

Synonyms for decelerate

slow down or up

Synonyms

  • slow down or up
  • slow
  • brake
  • go slower
  • put the brakes on
  • reduce speed
  • hit the brakes

slow

Synonyms

  • slow
  • be checked
  • slacken (off)
  • be reined in
  • slow down or up

Synonyms for decelerate

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Current receipts and current expenditures decelerated.
Spending growth for prescription drugs decelerated significantly to 10.
Although growth in the output of computers has decelerated recently, sharp gains for instruments and communications equipment resulted in another sizable gain in the production of information processing equipment in December.
The various indicators of this market surge, which signaled robust growth, have decelerated and reversed in many markets.
The IRSG said the rate of expansion decelerated in the second quarter, slowing down to 3.
Summary: Euro-Zone March HICP inflation decelerated to just 0.
In 1954, Stapp rode a sled to 632 mph in just 5 seconds over a span of 2,900 feet, then decelerated in 690 feet and 1.
During the 2 years between the Chandra observations, the X-ray jets moved about 3 light-years apart and both gradually decelerated.
All the components of receipts except personal income taxes decelerated.
Rising interest rates decelerated loan originations mainly in the refinance area, earnings fell sharply and many unhealthy mortgage companies went out of business.
Industry decelerated further in October and trend will continue
The IRSG stated that the absolute increase in consumption is explained by the positive growth in the world economy, while the decelerated growth rate is due to the near completion of the economic recovery and inventory build up following the recession.
That's because these supernovas can reveal whether the expansion of the universe had decelerated when it was very young.
In 1993, both receipts and expenditures had decelerated.
The issues are not just impacting UTI, however, as enrollment growth across the industry has decelerated in recent quarters.