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hurry to move or act with speed; to rush (sometimes followed by "up"). [1/3 definitions]
hurtle to move with great speed and often with great noise. [1/2 definitions]
keep up with to go at the same speed or pace as.
knot1 a measure of speed used for sea travel. A knot is about 6,080 feet per hour. [1/6 definitions]
like mad (informal) with great speed or enthusiasm.
log1 a daily record of a trip by a ship or plane. A log keeps records of speed, distance traveled, and any important events. [1/5 definitions]
meter3 a device that measures or records distance, speed, time, quantity, or degree.
pace1 to set the rate or speed of. [1/8 definitions]
quick moving or acting with speed; fast. [3/5 definitions]
race1 a sport or contest of speed. [4/7 definitions]
radar the use of radio waves to track the location, distance, and speed of faraway objects. Waves are sent out and then picked up again when they bounce back after hitting some object. [1/2 definitions]
rapid marked or distinguished by high speed. [1/4 definitions]
shoot to move with great speed (usually followed by "around," "by," or "out"). [1/11 definitions]
skyrocket to rise or cause to rise with the speed, suddenness, and height of a rocket. [1/2 definitions]
sonic of, related to, or being a speed approaching or equal to that of sound in air, at the same distance above sea level. [1/2 definitions]
speedometer a instrument that measures the speed of a moving vehicle.
sprint to run or go at top speed. [2 definitions]
spur anything that urges someone or something to action or to greater effort or speed. [1/4 definitions]
spurt to have a sudden and short burst in speed, amount, or degree. [2/5 definitions]
stamp to move with force and speed downward upon something. [1/10 definitions]
sweep to pass through or over with force or speed. [2/10 definitions]