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outgo

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archaic

Definition of outgo in English:

verb (outgoes /-ˈɡəʊz/, outgoing; past outwent /-ˈwɛnt/; past participle outgone /-ˈɡɒn/)

Pronunciation: /aʊtˈɡəʊ
 
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[with object]
Go faster than: he on horseback outgoes him on foot

noun

Pronunciation: /ˈaʊtɡəʊ
 
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[mass noun] Back to top  
The outlay of money: the secret of success lies in the relation of income to outgo
More example sentences
  • Coming to the company's performance, is it in line with the plans - premium income, claims, reinsurance outgo, investment income and yields, policy surrenders, expense ratios?
  • And because of this singular fact, every single published estimate of Social Security income and outgo is just plain wrong.
  • Actual short-term experience has generally been more favorable than estimated at the time of the 1983 amendments, with income exceeding outgo by more than had been projected.

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