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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Be or do something to a greater degree. To be more than a particular number or amount.

Usage examples (32)
  • Seldom does an individual exceed his own expectations.
  • In this he says: -- 'The evils of hereditary titles exceed their advantage.
  • Banks must put aside more capital to back consumer loans whose terms exceed 24 months.
  • So is telecom connectivity, especially during the monsoons, when dropped calls exceed completed ones. for more
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  • Most passengers don't "accede" (give consent) or give approval to "exceed" (go faster than) the speed limit, but many drivers do it anyway. An "axseed" is a type of plant.
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