decelerate

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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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Since the 'i-ELOOP' operates whenever the vehicle decelerates, it reduces the need for the engine to burn extra fuel to generate electricity.
The 'i-ELOOP' efficiently converts a vehicle's kinetic energy into electricity as it decelerates, and uses the electricity to power the vehicle's climate control, audio system, and other electrical components.
i-ELOOP' operates whenever the vehicle decelerates, reducing the need for the engine to burn extra fuel to generate electricity.
3x (excluding merger related costs) and 2004 credit metrics to trend favorably as radio station start-up costs decline, the pace of acquisitions decelerates and debt moderately decreases.
Standard & Poor's expects AICG's premium base to increase by more than 10% as the government pushes more farmers to the private crop insurance sector, while the company decelerates growth in the noncrop lines.
In case of weak credit activity, industrial growth may decelerate significantly.
a[bar] and YoY rates also decelerate in all sub-sectors.
Machinery order growth tends to decelerate sharply in periods of economic weakness.
As a result, economic growth could decelerate to around 3%-4% next year.