Definitions for outpaceˌaʊtˈpeɪs
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word outpace
surpass in speed
"Malthus believed that population increase would outpace increases in the means of subsistence"
To exceed in development or performance; to outdo.
Origin: [Cf. Outpass.]
To go faster than someone else; to exceed the pace of.
The youngster outpaced his grandfather and ran on ahead.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It is impossible for a man to outpace his shadow.
I don't think we've seen the impact. We had a strong 2013. Look at 2014. Do we continue to outpace?
We have to look at this in a more expansive manner. But if we have the investments that we've asked for, we'll be able to outpace that technology.
It is, in short, more disposable than the mere mortal blockbusters it was designed to outpace, this should defy Marvel Studios mathematics. How can a movie with more stuff than its predecessors be less fun?
Home prices continue to rise and outpace both inflation and wage gains, while nationally, prices are recovering, new construction of single family homes remains very weak despite low vacancy rates among both renters and owner-occupied homes.
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