to cause faster or greater activity, development, progress, advancement, etc., in: to accelerate economic growth.
to hasten the occurrence of: to accelerate the fall of a government.
Mechanics . to change the velocity of (a body) or the rate of (motion); cause to undergo acceleration.
to reduce the time required for (a course of study) by intensifying the work, eliminating detail, etc.
–verb (used without object)
to move or go faster; increase in speed.
to progress or develop faster.
So can anyone explain what anyone could possibly be thinking with this? excel as in be better than someone in something: he excels in oral health. Or perhaps excel came from excellent as in: he has excellent breath.
excellerate your breath??!! oh dear.......... mate your breath stinks you need to breath faster, nope I don't buy it!! that and the fact it's spelt wrong, perhaps they should excellerate the end to this campaign.