put your foot on the accelerator

put your foot on the accelerator
put your foot on the accelerator (also hit the accelerator, step on the accelerator)
to make something happen or progress more quickly: »

This company needs someone who can put their foot on the accelerator with our excellent new products.

Main Entry: accelerator

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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