verb[with object] (often as adjective turbocharged)
1.1Make more powerful, fast, or exciting: turbocharged business growth
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- One way for big companies to grow faster is to use the Web to turbocharge their business.
- Panke's bet assumes turbocharged growth in the second half, prompted in part by the new 5 Series.
- A new, versatile technology standard called WiMax is poised to turbocharge the growing business in wireless alternatives.
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