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gal·lop·ing

 (găl′ə-pĭng)
adj.
1. Of or resembling a gallop, especially in rhythm or rapidity.
2. Developing or progressing at an accelerated rate: galloping technology.
3. Medicine Of or relating to a disease that progresses rapidly toward a fatal conclusion: galloping consumption.

galloping

(ˈɡæləpɪŋ)
adj
(prenominal) progressing at or as if at a gallop: galloping consumption.

gal•lop•ing

(ˈgæl ə pɪŋ)

adj.
progressing or spreading rapidly: galloping pneumonia; galloping inflation.
Translations
سريعٌ جدا، يزداد سوءا
rychle rostoucí
galopperende
vágtató
sívaxandi
rýchlo rastúci
hızla artan

galloping

[ˈgæləpɪŋ] ADJ galloping consumption (Med) → tisis f galopante
galloping inflationinflación f galopante

galloping

adj (lit)galoppierend; at a galloping pace (lit)im Galopp; (fig)in rasendem Tempo; galloping inflationgaloppierende Inflation

galloping

[ˈgæləpɪŋ] adj (horse) → al galoppo (fig) (inflation, pneumonia) → galoppante

gallop

(ˈgӕləp) noun
(a period of riding at) the fastest pace of a horse. He took the horse out for a gallop; The horse went off at a gallop.
verb
1. (of a horse) to move at a gallop. The horse galloped round the field.
2. (with through) to do, say etc (something) very quickly. He galloped through the work.
ˈgalloping adjective
increasing very quickly. galloping inflation.
References in classic literature ?
Whether marching amid his aides and marshals in the van of countless cohorts that endlessly streamed it over the plains, like an Ohio; or whether with his circumambient subjects browsing all around at the horizon, the White Steed gallopingly reviewed them with warm nostrils reddening through his cool milkiness; in whatever aspect he presented himself, always to the bravest Indians he was the object of trembling reverence and awe.
Whether marching amid his aides and marshals in the van of countless cohorts that endlessly streamed it over the plains, like an Ohio; or whether with his circumambient subjects browsing all around at the horizon, the White Steed gallopingly reviewed them with warm nostrils reddening through his cool milkiness; in whatever aspect he presented himself, always to the bravest Indians he was the object of trembling reverence and awe.