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uprate

(ʌpˈreɪt)
vb
1. to raise the value, rate, or size of; upgrade
2. (Photography) photog to increase the effective speed of (a film) by underexposing, usually up to two stops, and subsequently overdeveloping (pushing the processing)

uprate


Past participle: uprated
Gerund: uprating

Imperative
uprate
uprate
Present
I uprate
you uprate
he/she/it uprates
we uprate
you uprate
they uprate
Preterite
I uprated
you uprated
he/she/it uprated
we uprated
you uprated
they uprated
Present Continuous
I am uprating
you are uprating
he/she/it is uprating
we are uprating
you are uprating
they are uprating
Present Perfect
I have uprated
you have uprated
he/she/it has uprated
we have uprated
you have uprated
they have uprated
Past Continuous
I was uprating
you were uprating
he/she/it was uprating
we were uprating
you were uprating
they were uprating
Past Perfect
I had uprated
you had uprated
he/she/it had uprated
we had uprated
you had uprated
they had uprated
Future
I will uprate
you will uprate
he/she/it will uprate
we will uprate
you will uprate
they will uprate
Future Perfect
I will have uprated
you will have uprated
he/she/it will have uprated
we will have uprated
you will have uprated
they will have uprated
Future Continuous
I will be uprating
you will be uprating
he/she/it will be uprating
we will be uprating
you will be uprating
they will be uprating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been uprating
you have been uprating
he/she/it has been uprating
we have been uprating
you have been uprating
they have been uprating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been uprating
you will have been uprating
he/she/it will have been uprating
we will have been uprating
you will have been uprating
they will have been uprating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been uprating
you had been uprating
he/she/it had been uprating
we had been uprating
you had been uprating
they had been uprating
Conditional
I would uprate
you would uprate
he/she/it would uprate
we would uprate
you would uprate
they would uprate
Past Conditional
I would have uprated
you would have uprated
he/she/it would have uprated
we would have uprated
you would have uprated
they would have uprated
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The government will continue to uprate the UK State Pension paid to people living in the EU each year for the next 3 years.
Labour will this week force a Holyrood vote to uprate the state benefit by the cost of living rather than the lower measure chosen by the Scottish Government.
The UK only pledges to uprate pensions for this year, and might freeze them from 2020 onwards.
EUR 15 million will be used for completion of the construction of "Wind Park Bogdanci" Project, while the remaining EUR 20 million will be used for realization of "Uprate of HPP Spilje 2".
International Resource News-May 16, 2013--Nuclear Energy Institute honours Florida Power & Light's Nuclear Extended Power Uprate project(C)1994-2013 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Not the Government, obviously, as it plots to break a long-standing promise to uprate next year's benefits in line with runaway inflation.
During this process, the utility will also solicit special cost saving features such as power uprate services and extended plant analyses.
A Qinetiq-led team of BAE Systems and Provector will supply a technology demonstrator that will uprate the existing 28 V system of a Warrior 2000 AFV to one that can generate and distribute power at 610 V while delivering 28 V to existing equipment.
Now any pipeline can self-certify that it has met the PHMSA safety requirements and uprate its segments on its own, subject to post-uprating certification either by PHMSA or the state agency.
The Tennessee Valley Authoritys Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant has achieved the new rated thermal power limit of the Extended Power Uprate on Unit 3, which is now capable of generating an additional 155 megawatts of power to serve the Valley.
Peach Bottom Unit 3 has reached a new power generation milestone of 1,355 megawatts, following the successful completion of an extended power uprate (EPU) that began in 2009.
'By failing to uprate the stamp duty threshold Gordon Brown has hit first time buyers and those on low incomes the hardest,' Mr Cable said