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Forpass vs. Exceed

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Forpassverb

To go by; pass, go past; pass unnoticed; cross.

Exceedverb

(transitive) To be larger, greater than (something).

‘The company's 2005 revenue exceeds that of 2004.’;

Forpassverb

To go beyond, exceed; surpass.

Exceedverb

(transitive) To be better than (something).

‘The quality of her essay has exceeded my expectations.’;

Forpassverb

To pass by or along; to pass over.

Exceedverb

(transitive) To go beyond (some limit); to surpass, outstrip or transcend.

‘Your password cannot exceed eight characters.’;

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Exceedverb

(intransitive) To predominate.

Exceedverb

To go too far; to be excessive.

Exceedverb

To go beyond; to proceed beyond the given or supposed limit or measure of; to outgo; to surpass; - used both in a good and a bad sense; as, one man exceeds another in bulk, stature, weight, power, skill, etc.; one offender exceeds another in villainy; his rank exceeds yours.

‘Name the time, but let it notExceed three days.’; ‘Observes how much a chintz exceeds mohair.’;

Exceedverb

To go too far; to pass the proper bounds or measure.

‘Forty stripes he may give him, and not exceed.’;

Exceedverb

To be more or greater; to be paramount.

Exceedverb

go beyond;

‘Their loyalty exceeds their national bonds’;

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Exceedverb

go beyond;

‘She exceeded our expectations’; ‘She topped her performance of last year’;

Exceedverb

be or do something to a greater degree;

‘her performance surpasses that of any other student I know’; ‘She outdoes all other athletes’; ‘This exceeds all my expectations’; ‘This car outperforms all others in its class’;

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