English to Hindi Dictionary acceleration

acceleration

त्वरण
definition
noun
the acceleration of the industrialization process
increase in the rate or speed of something.
translation of 'acceleration'
वेगवृद्धि,
त्वरण
noun
तेज़ी,
गतिवृद्धि
example
Mr. Lalan says that sudden stoppage of the vehicle and sudden 'acceleration' are not advisable.
One of the terms used in estimating the clearance time of the heavy vehicle is its average 'acceleration' in starting gear.
They needed to imagine a special motionless container in order to understand such physical concepts as velocity and 'acceleration' .
They have pace, speed, 'acceleration' , penetration, and that priceless asset, mobility.
If that only applies to accelerating bodies then surely time dilation is dependent on 'acceleration' and not velocity.
The first thing he recognized was that the forces we feel upon 'acceleration' and the forces we feel when under the control of gravity are one and the same.
This will necessarily require a change in velocity - hence an 'acceleration' .
A spokesman for Shell said tests on 37 cars on the British market found most showed benefits in 'acceleration' and power, and one in eight customers was now buying Optimax.
the 'acceleration' of the industrialization process
The supernova observations call out for some gravitationally repulsive substance to drive the cosmic 'acceleration' .
There was just more power, more 'acceleration' , more speed and more of that amazing noise.
To this day, the combination of 'acceleration' , dynamic performance and braking power offered by the current 911 Turbo continues to set the model apart from its peers.
The difference in 'acceleration' and top speeds make it like comparing Del boy's Reliant van with a Ferrari.
Aristotle had no mathematical machinery for dealing with the concept of 'acceleration' , so he analysed only states of uniform velocity.
The 'acceleration' of the Universe can be seen in the redshifts of distant supernovae.
I looked expectantly at the speedo, thinking the sheer luxury of the vehicle was masking the sensation of speed and 'acceleration' that must surely be happening all around it.
The phenomenon flies in the face of a national trend that has seen a general slowdown in residential property price 'acceleration' after years of spectacular growth.
Also at around this time there was a curious amalgam of serious and exploitation films concerned with atomic war and the 'acceleration' of nuclear experiments.
the 'acceleration' of the industrialization process
I hope it will be the vehicle for 'acceleration' in improvements in the railway system.
an 'acceleration' in the divorce rate
the three-litre model has spectacular 'acceleration'
The revenue 'acceleration' that powered profit gains was widespread.
And yet the Charade's plucky 1.0 litre engine will deliver you the fastest 'acceleration' and the best maximum speed available in this class of car.
We run very closely-spaced gear ratios to maximise the car's 'acceleration' , and this means the ratio between engine speed and car speed is higher than at a more normal circuit.
No compromises on 'acceleration' , towing capacity, cargo space, fuel economy, or emissions.
When batteries become significantly low, the unit limits top speed and 'acceleration' to alert the operator to drive the vehicle to a charging location.
The Lorentz invariant applies to the four vectors: distance, velocity, 'acceleration' and momentum.
We spent some time testing out the motor, checking idle speed, 'acceleration' , different speeds and trim and then stopped for lunch.
This £50,440 model has amazing 'acceleration' for a car of its size and engine type, as well as an impressive ride quality and surprisingly nimble handling.
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