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ramp up

To increase. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ramp" and "up." Ever since that break-in, they've really ramped up security at the office. You need to seriously ramp up your study efforts if you want to get an A on this exam.
See also: up

ramp up

v.
To increase the volume, amount, or rate of something: The factory must ramp up production due to increased demand for its products. I added a new card to my computer memory to ramp it up.
See also: up
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Edam East is another example of the quick ramp ups that we've come to expect from these developments, which have operating costs amongst the lowest in the industry.
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These integration activities will run concurrently with significant production ramp ups to meet customer demand that continues to rise off cyclical lows in 2009.
Broadcom benefited from its ramp ups at Nokia and Samsung in the second half of 2010.
With ZELRI placing repeat orders for electrical systems and AAER making its first purchases, our customers are signaling the commencement of their production ramp ups to meet the growing demand for zero-emission wind turbines worldwide.
Growth was broad based reflecting the benefits of a diverse market footprint with particular strength in the military and commercial aerospace, automotive and mobile device markets reflecting the impact of multiple new program ramp ups.
If the IP is deemed relevant, licensing issues will delay RFID production ramp ups.