Can you surpass my expectations? (surpass = out do, get further, overtake )
I aim to surpass your expectations. The existing record will be difficult to surpass.
The candidate was able to easily surpass the minimum requirements.
Surpass is a verb. He trained hard in the off-season hoping to surpass his performance from the previous season.
With just a few more donations, we will surpass our fundraising goal.
The student surpassed what he thought he was going to get on the test.
Examples: I am going to EXCEED in school to get good grades. He is Exceeding the speed limit. Exceed - To go beyond something or to surpass; To be superior at something.
To emulate means to imitate or surpass either a person or an achievement. A sample sentence would be, "Children often emulate their elders".
Surpass is a verb.
To transcend means to go beyond the limit or surpass something. An example sentence would be: It is always best to transcend the typical limits of thinking.