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.
To surpass means to do better. Here are some sentences.He will surpass me soon.I can surpass that score easily.If you surpass the top grade, you will be the class valedictorian.
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.
I've promised our nemeses that we will surpass their every feat next year, and we will!
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.
As the vicious, blood thirsty tigers walked into the arena, the whole audience started to scream and disperse. :)
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In all probability, India's population will surpass China's by 2020.
"Surpass" is a verb that basically means "to go beyond". For example, "He surpassed me in intellect" (or in your case, use "is surpassing" instead of "surpassed").
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No one knows the exact date for sure, but there is good reasons to believe it will be around 2020.
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