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outpace

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Pronunciation: /aʊtˈpeɪs
 
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Definition of outpace in English:

verb

[with object]
Go, rise, or improve faster than: he outpaced all six defenders import growth outpaced export growth in the second quarter
More example sentences
  • The rise in the November surplus came despite a 19.4% rise in imports, a rate outpacing the 16.6% growth in exports.
  • The growth in the first six months of calendar year 2005 has far outpaced the rise in exports in the last calendar year.
  • Despite a steady rise in such loans, they are not outpacing overall credit growth and their share remains within the norm.

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