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speed

(spēd),
The magnitude of velocity without regard to direction. Compare: velocity.
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speed

(spēd)
n.
Slang A stimulant drug, especially amphetamine or methamphetamine.
v. sped (spĕd) or speeded, speeding, speeds
v.intr.
Slang To be under the influence of a stimulant drug.
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Drug slang A regional street synonym for amphetamine, which may also refer to methamphetamine and crack cocaine
Vox populi Rapidity of movement
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SPEED

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speed

Drug slang A street synonym for amphetamine, which may also refer to methamphetamine and crack
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

speed

(spēd)
The magnitude of velocity without regard to direction.
Compare: velocity
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