quickening en Español

Pronunciación
[quicken] v. acelerar, aligerar, apresurar, dinamizar, expeditar, meter prisa, precipitar

Ejemplos

I quickened my steps to catch up with her.
Yo apresuré el paso para poder seguirla.
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My interest quickened.
Se estimuló mi interés.
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When it started to get dark, I quickened my pace.
Cuando comenzó a oscurecer, apuré el paso.
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I would quicken my pace, or else turn back, and would not be able to shrug off my fright nor distract myself even for a moment, until I was looking at the interior of my own house.
y apretaba el paso, o me volvía atrás, sin que ya se me quitara el susto ni pudiera distraerme ni un momento hasta que me veía dentro de mi casa.
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“May God be praised!” she exclaimed, just afterwards. “They are my brothers. I will make them a sign to quicken their pace.”
¡Alabado sea Dios!, exclamó, poco después; ¡son mis hermanos! Les hago señas para que apresuren el paso.
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My dear sir, said Scrooge, quickening his pace, and taking the old gentleman by both his hands. "How do you do? I hope you succeeded yesterday. It was very kind of you. A merry Christmas to you, sir!"
—Señor mio ¿cómo estais? Espero que habreis obtenido un magnífico resultado ayer. Es una tarea que os honra. Felices Pascuas.
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The German ship passed among them, shrinking, humiliated, quickening its speed. "One might suppose," mused the youth, "that she had an uneasy conscience and wished to escape to safety.”
El buque alemán pasó entre ellos empequeñecido, humillado, acelerando su marcha. «Cualquiera diría—pensó el joven—que tiene la conciencia inquieta y desea ponerse en salvo.»
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For this reason they had quickened their speed, consuming a vast amount of extra coal. It was necessary to get away as soon as possible, seeking the refuge of Hamburg. The radiographic apparatus had evidently been working to some purpose.
Para esto había acelerado la marcha, derrochando carbón. Necesitaba alejarse cuanto antes, en busca del refugio de Hamburgo. Por algo funcionaban los aparatos radiográficos.
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Those who were coming behind were panting and talking unseen, having to quicken their steps in order not to lose sight of the party.
Los que iban detrás jadeaban y hablaban invisibles, teniendo que apresurar el paso para no perderse.
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There was agreement on the need to quicken the pace of reconstruction and enhance security.
Hubo acuerdo sobre la necesidad de acelerar el ritmo de la reconstrucción y mejorar la seguridad.
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Sinónimos

the process of showing signs of life: organic process, biological process
the act of accelerating; increasing the speed: acceleration, hurrying, speedup, speeding, speed
the stage of pregnancy at which the mother first feels the movements of the fetus: degree, point, level, gestation, maternity, pregnancy, stage


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