Definition of supercharge
1 : to charge greatly or excessively (as with vigor or tension)
2 : to supply a charge to the intake of (an engine) at a pressure higher than that of the surrounding atmosphere
3 : pressurize 1
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The new government trumpeted programmes to supercharge foreign investment, support industry and deliver better services.
Oregon State University headed into the 2017 legislative session with hopes of supercharging its budding campus in Central Oregon.
Caruana has supercharged the process, using machine learning to discover those operations—which can then be used as a powerful pattern-detecting model.
The vehicle boasts carbon ceramic braking, silicon nitride ceramic wheel bearings and a 5-liter, supercharged 8-cylinder gasoline engine.
Drilling longer wells and being better able to pinpoint where in those wells to fracture the rock, among other techniques, have supercharged US shale output in the past two years.
But Democrats, sensing a backlash against the president, see an opportunity for a win that could supercharge morale after a disastrous November.
But today’s growing divides are additionally supercharged by instant internet and social media communications, 24/7 cable news, partisan media and the denigration of America’s past traditions.
Google experts and prominent local academics exchanged notes while executives promoted Alphabet’s expertise in AI and suite of technologies, including Tensor Processing Unit chips designed to supercharge the training of computer systems.
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