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Translation of "speed" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

speed

verb [I or T, usually + adv/prep]
 
 
/spiːd/ (sped or speeded)
to (cause to) move, go or happen fast
(使)快速移动;(使)快速前行;加速;促进
The train sped along at over 120 miles per hour.
火车以每小时120多英里的速度飞驰。
The actress then sped away/off in a waiting car.
后来女演员钻进了一辆等候的汽车,迅速离开了。
We sped down the ski slopes.
我们飞速滑下滑雪坡。
This year is speeding by/past.
这一年过得特别快。
Ambulances sped the injured people (= moved them quickly) away from the scene.
救护车载着伤员飞速驶离现场。
The best thing you can do to speed your recovery (= make it quicker) is to rest.
尽快让身体康复的最佳方法就是休息。
Increasing and decreasing speed of motion
be speeding to be driving faster than you are legally allowed to do
违法超速行驶
He was caught speeding.
他超速行驶被抓住了。
Driving and operating road vehiclesCrime - general words
(Definition of speed verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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