|increase power by redirecting exhaust through a turbine, supercharge by using a turbine||turbocharge|
|(Computers) unit of data size equal to 2 to the 80th power bytes or 1024 zettabytes (largest unit of data size)||yottabyte|
|(Economics) small increase in the price of a stock; securities transaction at a price that is higher than its previous price||uptick|
|(Grammar) verb form used to show that the subject is being acted upon (rather than performing an action), expressing action done to the subject, influenced by something external, lacking a power source, not actively taking part, not managed by the inve...||passive|
|(in western Africa) object believed to have magical powers; magical power attributed to an object; rule resulting from superstitious beliefs associated with an object, musical style characterized by drums and Hawaiian-style guitar (developed in Nigeria...||juju|
|(Informal) amazing, excellent, great; stylish, fashionable, act of swelling, distention; swollen part, protuberance; gradual increase; surge of feeling or emotion; long unbroken wave; elevation of land, slope; crescendo followed by a diminuendo (Music)...||swell|
|(Informal) turbine engine; turbocharger; automobile equipped with a turbocharger, mollusk with spiral shell, motored by a turbine; capable of performing an action quicker than normal (Informal)||turbo|
|(Mathematics) add a quantity to itself a specified number of times (i.e. 4 x 2 = 8); increase in quantity, produce a large number of; reproduce, procreate, have many offspring, breed, increase in amount, many times or ways, perform multiplication||multiply|
|(Medicine) pertaining to an adenoma, pertaining to a benign glandular tumor; pertaining to an abnormal increase in the number of cells in glandular tissue||adenomatous|
|(new zealand) supernatural force or power, magical ability, supernatural powers (Polynesian, appears also in the game "Dungeons and Dragons")||mana|
|(Pathology) any of a number of diseases caused by an abnormal increase of white blood cells (also leucosis), leukemia in animals||leukosis|
|(Pathology) any of a number of diseases caused by an abnormal increase of white blood cells (also leukosis)||leucosis|
|(symbol) ) sigma, ability to transmit electricity, conductance (, property or power of conducting (heat, etc.), transmission of nerve impulses||conductivity|
|(USA) number equal to 10 to the 24th power; (British) number equal to 10 to the 42nd power, 10 24, 10 42||septillion|
|1 followed by 100 zeros, number 1 followed by 100 zeros, 10 to the power of 100||googol|
|10 people in power||decemvirate|
|10 to the 18th power, number 1 followed by 18 zeros (in U.S., Canada); 10 to the 30th power, 1 followed by 30 zeros (in Britain), one followed by 18 zeros||quintillion|
|10 to the fifteenth power, 1 followed by 15 zeros (in U.S., Canada); 10 to the 24th power, 1 followed by 24 zeros (in Britain), one followed by 15 zeros, one followed by 24 zeros||quadrillion|
|7 times as much, having 7 parts, increase by 7 times, multiply by seven, make seven times greater, sevenfold||septuple|
|A drastic volume increase in a specific security.||Flurry|
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