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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So we see this as support for our thesis that, while rates are decelerating, it's not going to become a worst-case scenario.
If there is a loss of grip at the rear axle, the tail is brought under control by decelerating the outer wheel so that the rear recovers the necessary amount of lateral grip.
economy had stopped decelerating began to raise doubts about both the timing and the extent of any further easing of U.
Behind slowing gains in RevPAR are two factors: declining occupancy rates from decelerating growth in demand and accelerating room supply growth," Hanson observes.
Shifts in Regional Trends Will Lead to Decelerating Optical Equipment Growth
The inflation picture is mixed as, on the one hand, we see inflation growth decelerating and, on the other, new risks of rising inflation.
The IRSG reported that total global rubber consumption continued to increase during the first quarter, but at a decelerating rate.
By the same token, a supernova in a remote galaxy would look brighter in a decelerating universe than it would in a universe where expansion has been constant.
Despite the fact that the development was well-situated to take advantage of strong population and economic growth, analysts had already deemed Salt Lake City a decelerating market.
These factors should continue to underpin steady, albeit decelerating, GDP and export growth across the region.
Rising industrial construction expenditures will promote solid, albeit decelerating demand for products used in the construction and/or repair and remodeling of industrial/commercial structures such as weatherstripping, elastomeric roofing, geomembranes and rubber floor and wall coverings.
Decelerating from 170,000 kilometers per hour to less than one-hundredth that speed in just 2 minutes, the probe will plummet into uncharted territory, measuring for the first time the composition of the solar system's largest and most massive planet.
Just how much pent-up demand a stronger economy can offset more costly financing is a critical issue, since a decelerating housing market will cut into the gains expected by construction's other sectors.
On the other hand, economic growth is decelerating, with much of the growth currently centered in the housing and auto markets.
Albuquerque, NM is a market experiencing an increased level of mortgage risk in an environment of decelerating house price appreciation.