pick up the pace

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pick up the pace

To begin moving or doing something faster; to hurry up. We're going to need to pick up the pace if we're going to finish this project before the deadline. Come on, kids, start picking up the pace! It's starting to get dark, and we've still got a ways to go back to camp.
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pick up the pace

to speed up the tempo; to increase the rate that something is being done. We are going to have to pick up the pace of activity around here if we are to get the job done.
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FedEx, UPS and Amazon are picking up the pace of their infrastructure expansion, and they are going after the last-mile traffic they have traditionally outsourced to USPS.