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Sinónimos detallados de surpass en inglés

surpass:

to surpass verbo (surpasses, surpassed, surpassing)

  1. to surpass
    to exceed; to transcend; to surpass; to excel
    • exceed verbo (exceeds, exceeded, exceeding)
    • transcend verbo (transcends, transcended, transcending)
    • surpass verbo (surpasses, surpassed, surpassing)
    • excel verbo (excels, excelled, excelling)
  2. to surpass
    to exceed; to surpass; to outbid; to transcend; to excel
    • exceed verbo (exceeds, exceeded, exceeding)
    • surpass verbo (surpasses, surpassed, surpassing)
    • outbid verbo (outbids, outbid, outbidding)
    • transcend verbo (transcends, transcended, transcending)
    • excel verbo (excels, excelled, excelling)
  3. to surpass
    be superior to; to surpass; to excel
  4. to surpass
    to outstrip; to surpass
    • outstrip verbo (outstrips, outstripped, outstripping)
    • surpass verbo (surpasses, surpassed, surpassing)
  5. to surpass
    – be or do something to a greater degree 1
    to exceed; to surpass; to outstrip; to outdo; outgo; surmount; outmatch; outperform
    – be or do something to a greater degree 1
    • exceed verbo (exceeds, exceeded, exceeding)
      • This exceeds all my expectations1
    • surpass verbo (surpasses, surpassed, surpassing)
      • her performance surpasses that of any other student I know1
    • outstrip verbo (outstrips, outstripped, outstripping)
    • outdo verbo (outdoes, outdid, outdoing)
      • She outdoes all other athletes1
    • outgo verbo
    • surmount verbo
    • outmatch verbo
    • outperform verbo
      • This car outperforms all others in its class1
  6. to surpass
    – move past 1
    to pass; to surpass; to go by; travel by; go past; pass by
    – move past 1
    • pass verbo (passes, passed, passing)
      • A black limousine passed by when she looked out the window1
      • He passed his professor in the hall1
    • surpass verbo (surpasses, surpassed, surpassing)
      • One line of soldiers surpassed the other1
    • go by verbo (goes by, went by, going by)
    • travel by verbo
    • go past verbo
    • pass by verbo
  7. to surpass
    – be greater in scope or size than some standard 1
    to exceed; to transcend; to surpass
    – be greater in scope or size than some standard 1
    • exceed verbo (exceeds, exceeded, exceeding)
      • Their loyalty exceeds their national bonds1
    • transcend verbo (transcends, transcended, transcending)
    • surpass verbo (surpasses, surpassed, surpassing)
  8. to surpass
    – distinguish oneself 1
    to excel; to surpass; to stand out
    – distinguish oneself 1
    • excel verbo (excels, excelled, excelling)
      • She excelled in math1
    • surpass verbo (surpasses, surpassed, surpassing)
    • stand out verbo (stands out, stood out, standing out)

Conjugaciones de surpass:

present
  1. surpass
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simple past
  1. surpassed
  2. surpassed
  3. surpassed
  4. surpassed
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present perfect
  1. have surpassed
  2. have surpassed
  3. has surpassed
  4. have surpassed
  5. have surpassed
  6. have surpassed
past continuous
  1. was surpassing
  2. were surpassing
  3. was surpassing
  4. were surpassing
  5. were surpassing
  6. were surpassing
future
  1. shall surpass
  2. will surpass
  3. will surpass
  4. shall surpass
  5. will surpass
  6. will surpass
continuous present
  1. am surpassing
  2. are surpassing
  3. is surpassing
  4. are surpassing
  5. are surpassing
  6. are surpassing
subjunctive
  1. be surpassed
  2. be surpassed
  3. be surpassed
  4. be surpassed
  5. be surpassed
  6. be surpassed
diverse
  1. surpass!
  2. let's surpass!
  3. surpassed
  4. surpassing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

surpass

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Definiciones relacionadas de "surpass":

  1. be or do something to a greater degree1
    • her performance surpasses that of any other student I know1
  2. move past1
    • One line of soldiers surpassed the other1
  3. be greater in scope or size than some standard1
  4. distinguish oneself1