outpace outpace  /ˈaʊt ˌpeɪs/

Definition(s):

  • (v) surpass in speed

Usage(s):

  1. Political slogans often outpace reality.
  2. Political slogans often outpace reality.
  3. However, the futures market is pricing hogs as if the fall in demand will outpace the drop in supply.

News

  1. KPMG Survey: Private Company Execs Optimistic Their Companies Will Outperform Broader Economy In 2013

    NEW YORK, June 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Private company business leaders predict that their companies' performance will continue to outpace the broader U.S. economy in 2013, as they look to IT investments ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Google Engineering Director Kurzweil Says Immortality Is Just Around The Corner

    Ray Kurzweil, Google's director of engineering, is convinced that biotechnology advancements will eventually outpace the natural aging process. In other words: He thinks one day it will be possible for humans to live forever.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Business Insider

Quotes

  1. "We didn't believe that you would outpace the Americans with your satellite, but you did it. Now you should launch something new by November 7," Korolyov quoted Khrushchev telling him, according to Grechko.
    on Oct 4, 2007 By: Sergei Korolyov Source: CNN International

  2. Still, Otellini said he expects Intel to "outpace peer companies" during the period because of its sales momentum and strong products and balance sheet.
    on Oct 15, 2008 By: Paul Otellini Source: FOXNews

  3. "We have let our grades slip, our schools crumble, our teacher quality fall short, and other nations outpace us," Obama said.
    on Mar 10, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: eTaiwan News

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