multispeed

multispeed

(ˈmʌltɪˌspiːd)
adj
having more than one speed able to operate at more than one speed
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"We hope that by developing a much more efficient integrated electric drive unit using Avid's cuttingedge motor and electronics technology and Eaton's multispeed transmission expertise, we can help to significantly increase market uptake and functionality of battery electric and fuel cell electric commercial vehicles, both of which have an important role to play if we are to decarbonise the heavy-duty sector."
Engineers for the 2018 Cadillac Escalade's new 10-speed automatic transmission have built on the experience of the previously critically acclaimed Hydra-Matic multispeed transmissions to push its performance, refinement and efficiency advantages to a new threshold.
AaAaAeAcOne fear of Bulgaria is that a multispeed Europe will lea Bulgaria on the periphery.
(169.) See Hujsak supra note 70 and accompanying text; Skarstein supra note 70 and accompanying text; MICHAEL SPENCE, THE NEXT CONVERGENCE: THE FUTURE OF ECONOMIC GROWTH IN A MULTISPEED WORLD (Picador 2012) (discussing how the "abundance of underemployed labor in the world economy" delays "labor saving technology" and how this phenomenon will end "in the current century"); Adrien Auclert & Matthew Rognlie, Inequality and Aggregate Demand (Wash.
[12] analyzed the shock waves and green density and explored the HVC mechanism of the metal powder based on a mesoscopic approach using the multispeed lattice Boltzmann method.
Politico mentioned this issue again in their compilation of the winners and losers of 2017, listing Slovakia among the latter, arguing that it is "the perfect example of how the EU's newest members have seen their prospects fall as the Franco-German axis expands toward the Brexit vacuum and rising nationalism in the region is met by calls for a multispeed (read Eastern and Western) Europe".Apart from Slovakia's failure to become the post-Brexit location of the European Medicines Agency, Politico noted that Finance Minister Peter Kazimir did not get to helm the Eurogroup even though he had been mentioned among the favourites prior to the vote.
MO'N: What kind of Brexit would be most helpful to pushing Europe in the more social and 'multispeed' direction you favour?
These area unit multispeed engines, whose speed is modified in, line the requirement
In February, during the panel debate at the 53rd Munich Security Conference "The Future of the [European] Union: United or Divided?" --sitting together with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaueble, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski and European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans (the latter two, on stage, exchanged bitter remarks about the situation of democracy in Poland)--Grybauskaite, unlike Schaueble (who is far from an ultra-passionate Euro Federalist of the scale of Emmanuel Macron), spoke against the idea of a multispeed EU.
The Yukon Denali's new 10-speed automatic leverages the engineering experience of General Motors' multispeed transmissions to deliver improved performance.
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