outpace

[ US /ˈaʊtˌpeɪs/ ]
[ UK /a‍ʊtpˈe‍ɪs/ ]
VERB
  1. surpass in speed
    Malthus believed that population increase would outpace increases in the means of subsistence
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How To Use outpace In A Sentence

  • In this case, the youngsters share an interest in growing abnormally large vocabularies, though the mechanics of spelling often outpace comprehension.
  • They had got off to a dream start as Townson, on his return from suspension, outpaced the Exeter defence and coolly lobbed the keeper.
  • His latest came in the Winter Beach Run at Jacksonville where he outpaced three other area runners.
  • In those years new church buildings and newly organized congregations outpaced the colonies' population growth.
  • Operating margin climbed to 12.1% from 11.3% as the revenue growth outpaced cost increases. General Dynamics Posts Higher Profit
  • The sheer size of the long calls in relation to the short stock means growth in the value of the calls will outpace losses incurred from the short stance in shares as long as the stock continues to climb higher in the next couple of months. Bulls Blast Into Cat, Strategists Get To Work On Yahoo!
  • Now all that notwithstanding, the rapid one-time shift in population composition associated with the baby boom is projected to outpace increases in productivity growth.
  • The moral is that quoted companies are easily outpaced. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wage increases outpaced growth in productivity.
  • You invest in the equity market to provide yourself with a stream of future dividends which will hopefully outpace inflation.
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