Synonyms of precipitate in English:

precipitate


See definition of precipitate

verb

1‘the incident precipitated a political crisis’

SYNONYMS
bring about, bring on, cause, lead to, occasion, give rise to, trigger, spark, touch off, provoke, hasten, accelerate, expedite, speed up, advance, quicken, push forward, further, instigate, induce

2‘the crampon failed, precipitating them both down the mountain’

SYNONYMS
hurl, catapult, throw, plunge, launch, project, fling, cast, heave, propel

adjective

1‘we should not make precipitate cuts to our conventional forces’

SYNONYMS
hasty, overhasty, rash, hurried, rushed
impetuous, impulsive, spur-of-the-moment, precipitous, incautious, imprudent, injudicious, ill-advised, heedless, reckless, hare-brained, foolhardy
informal harum-scarum, previous
rare temerarious

2‘a precipitate decline in the party's fortunes’

SYNONYMS
sudden, rapid, swift, abrupt, meteoric, headlong, speedy, quick, fast, hurried, breakneck, violent, precipitous, unexpected, without warning, unanticipated, unforeseen
rare precipitant