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Pronunciation of Speeded: Learn how to pronounce Speeded in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word speed:

noun
1 [mass noun] the rate at which someone or something moves or operates or is able to move or operate:
we turned on to the runway and began to gather speed
an engine running at full speed
[count noun]:
the car has a top speed of 147 mph
rapidity of movement or action:
the accident was due to excessive speed
the rate at which something happens or is done:
they were bemused by the speed of events
the course is delivered on CDROM so students can progress at their own speed
2each of the possible gear ratios of a bicycle.
US or dated each of the possible gear ratios of a motor vehicle.
3the light-gathering power or f-number of a camera lens.
the duration of a photographic exposure.
the sensitivity of photographic film to light.
4 [mass noun] informal an amphetamine drug, especially methamphetamine.
5 [mass noun] archaic success; prosperity:
wish me good speed
verb (past and past participle sped /spɛd/)
1 [no object, with adverbial of direction] move quickly:
I got into the car and home we sped
(past and past participle speeded) [no object] (of a motorist or vehicle) travel at a speed that is greater than the legal limit:
the car that crashed was speeding
(past and past participle speeded) (speed up) move or work more quickly:
you force yourself to speed up because you don’t want to keep others waiting
(past and past participle speeded) [with object] cause to move or happen more quickly:
they sought to speed up decision-making
2 [with object] archaic make prosperous or successful:
may God speed you
3 [no object] informal take or be under the influence of an amphetamine drug:
more kids than ever are speeding, tripping, and getting stoned
Phrases

at speed
quickly:
a car flashed past them at speed
pick up (or get up) speed
(of a vehicle) go faster; accelerate:
once out of the village, they picked up speed
figurative
the debate has picked up steam recently
up to speed
1operating at full speed or at an expected rate or level:
a noise like a jet engine coming up to speed
the manager is just getting up to speed
2 informal fully informed or up to date:
his secretary’s up to speed on IT
Derivatives

speeder
noun