American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To surpass or outdo (another), as in speed, growth, or performance.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To outwalk or outrun; leave behind.
- To pace out; pass or go out.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To outgo; to move faster than; to leave behind.
- v. To exceed in development or performance; to outdo.
- v. surpass in speed
- From out- + pace. (Wiktionary)
“AC's 2010 international capacity growth will "outpace" its overall planned system capacity increase of 4%-6% while domestic capacity will rise only 1. 5%-2.5%, he noted.”
“Will "I agree with Nick" outpace "five more years of Gordon Brown"?”
“Revenue from video game ads are expected to "outpace" other mediums, the report says, growing 13. 8% over the next three years.”
“Researchers at In-Stat have struck the first blow for WiMAX, concluding in a new report that WiMAX is likely to "outpace" LTE over the next few years, though both technologies are still years away from full implementation.”
“Intel CEO Paul Otellini says the company expects to "outpace" its competition.”
“If, as is only slightly more plausible, the interest rate were to outpace GDP growth by six percentage points, the required primary surplus for 2015 would be 7% of GDP: a shift of 16 percentage points.”
“NEW YORK—Contrarians placed bets Thursday that Lockheed Martin 's stock can outpace investor anxiety over cuts to the U.S. defense budget.”
“But the former mountain bike champ never ceded too much time to the Schlecks, knowing he could outpace them in the time trial.”
“While labor force growth is expected to slow somewhat over the next decade, it is likely to continue to outpace most other regions in the world.”
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