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burn-up

n
slang a period of fast driving
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burn-up

n (Brit inf) → Rennfahrt f; to go for a burn-upeine Rennfahrt machen
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But the Wales Anti-Nuclear Alliance and Anglesey group Pawb warned that the only two firms left in the bidding process to build and run the new plants intend to use so-called "high burn-up uranium".
The details emerged as workers based at the Fort Dunlop office complex complained that boy racers had returned to the road for latenight Sunday burn-ups.
Presenting the report at the WNA Symposium on September 15, 2012, EDF (Electricite de France) procurement manager Anne Chauvin explained that capacity factors, enrichment levels and burn-ups are all trending upwards, and uranium requirements are affected accordingly.