throttle down


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throttle something down

to reduce the speed of an engine by adjusting the throttle. She throttled her engine down and came to a stop. She throttled down her engine.
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Beard, who earlier in the meet had won the open 400-meter crown, needed only about 80 meters to pass Roesler, and she didn't throttle down until she had crossed the finish line in first place.
The rules gradually throttle down the process from here to the end, and it's harder and harder to get things done.
He was never happier than when he was on his Harley Davidson roaring at full throttle down the road.
Both hands on the wheel, I pressed the throttle down and the 225bhp Vauxhall Corsa roared into life.
The town is planned to manicured perfection, even the aircraft out of John Wayne have to turn the throttle down as they pass over for fear of disturbing the natives.
State-full test environments are critical to test the transitions from sleep to active modes; retry sequences; flow control mechanisms which require the sender to throttle down or up the traffic; and emulation of busses' dynamic physical characteristics that may change further to protocol events (termination, voltage level).
The R6 has twice as much power as the other two bikes, but then you only go as fast as you put the throttle down, don't you.
It includes active power management to throttle down the clock in high heat system conditions and reduces the clock when not active.
In addition, it includes active power management to throttle down the clock in high heat system conditions and reduce the clock when not active.
Opening shot is especially memorable, with Tata, sporting a bright red shirt, riding a horse at near full throttle down the middle of a busy Cairo thoroughfare.
She put the throttle down and the car just moved forward.