verb (used with object), tur·bo·charged, tur·bo·charg·ing.
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People often question why the administration can’t use the mighty Defense Production Act — which empowers the government to demand critical supplies before anyone else — to turbocharge production.
Retail trading was already booming in the US and gaining traction in other parts of the world, and the GameStop story turbocharged the trend.The American pastime of retail trading is going global thanks to GameStop|John Detrixhe|February 12, 2021|Quartz
Beltway Democrats and Republicans dealt with these rising costs by turbocharging the student loan industry.Even forgiving student loans won’t solve the higher education funding crisis|Elizabeth Shermer|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
Plenty of industries have been turbocharged last year, with their applications and adoption skyrocketing as businesses and consumers flocked to their services in an increasingly digital world.
The podcast landscape in Norway is still nascent, but news group Schibsted is gearing up an attempt to turbocharge that growth.‘Gives us more control’: To grow revenue, Schibsted built its own podcast platform|Lucinda Southern|September 22, 2020|Digiday
But at this point, infrastructure isn't going to turbocharge growth, because we already have a lot of infrastructure.