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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During this flight, the project team tested two decelerator technologies that could enable larger payloads to land safely on the surface of Mars, and allow access to more of the planet's surface by assisting landings at higher-altitude sites.
An onboard rocket motor then took the vehicle to 180,000 feet, where the first braking technology, the Supersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerator (SIAD), deployed at about Mach 3 at 11:37 a.
Equipping these rifles or any other rifles with Decelerators has just been made extremely easy as Lyman is offering Decelerator Slip-On Recoil Pads in three different sizes to fit all possibilities.
Blossom Growth Partners is a team of operators who can provide execution-based advice by helping companies identify the accelerators and decelerators to growth.
A pair of Pachmayr's Decelerators would make even more sense.
This committee focuses on development and application of aerodynamic deceleration systems and lifting parachutes, pararotators, and inflatable decelerators for aerodynamic deceleration, sustentation, and landing of manned and unmanned vehicles.
Ltd is primarily focused on the integration of downstream industrial robot systems, while decelerators, servo motors, industrial robot cell products and other upstream products are the priorities of future business development.
The center will test inflatable aerodynamic decelerators for safely returning cargo to Earth from the International Space Station and landing large payloads on planetary surfaces.
The patent application includes other embodiments of this invention such as vehicle configuration changes, dumping of ballast weight, and release of aerodynamic decelerators.
Non-narcotic pain relievers and antidepressants experienced large spending declines and were significant decelerators of drug trend in 2005.