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Excel vs. Accel

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Excelverb

(transitive) To surpass someone or something; to be better or do better than someone or something.

‘I excelled everyone else with my exam results.’;

Acceladverb

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Excelverb

(intransitive) To be much better than others.

Accelnoun

(colloquial) acceleration

Excelverb

(rare) To exceed, to go beyond

Excelverb

To go beyond or surpass in good qualities or laudable deeds; to outdo or outgo, in a good sense.

‘Excelling others, these were great;Thou, greater still, must these excel.’; ‘I saw that wisdom excelleth folly, as far as light excelleth darkness.’;

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Excelverb

To exceed or go beyond; to surpass.

‘She opened; but to shutExcelled her power; the gates wide open stood.’;

Excelverb

To surpass others in good qualities, laudable actions, or acquirements; to be distinguished by superiority; as, to excel in mathematics, or classics.

‘Unstable as water, thou shalt not excel.’; ‘Then peers grew proud in horsemanship t' excel.’;

Excelverb

distinguish oneself;

‘She excelled in math’;

Excelverb

be exceptionally good at or proficient in an activity or subject

‘she excelled at landscape painting’;

Excelverb

perform exceptionally well

‘the keeper excelled himself to keep out an Elliott header’;

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