Sinônimos de precipitate
to cause to happen earlier than expectedThe disagreements precipitated the break-up of the party.
He quickened his pace a little.
The government is to accelerate its privatisation programme.
Education needn't only be about furthering your career.
As the music stopped, the crowd pressed forward.
Too much protein in the diet may advance the ageing process.
hurry, , , ,
the President's attempt to hurry the process of independence
He may hasten the collapse of his own country.
We will do all we can to expedite the procedure
to throw from a heightDust was precipitated into the air.
done rashly or hastilyI don't think we should make any precipitate decisions.
Let's not be hasty.
They had a hurried breakfast, then left.
Don't do anything rash until the feelings subside.
He is charged with causing death by reckless driving.
The press claim that she is too impulsive to be a responsible prime minister.
They flitted from one madcap scheme to another.
She said his remarks had been ill-advised.
the stock market's precipitous drop
He tended to act in a heated and impetuous way.
He is notoriously indiscreet about his private life.
She scattered the letters about in her heedless haste.
rushing aheadthe precipitate collapse of European communism
It was all very sudden.
Europe has moved a long way at a quick pace.
brief, , , ,
This time their visit is brief.
the country's rapid economic growth
His death was totally unexpected.
a swift runner
His abrupt departure is bound to raise questions.
a headlong rush for the exit
We drove around the island at breakneck speed.
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in the sense of abrupt
sudden or unexpectedHis abrupt departure is bound to raise questions.
in the sense of accelerate
to cause to happen sooner than expectedThe government is to accelerate its privatisation programme.
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