Hindi translation of 'surpass'
surpass/səˈpɑːs, -ˈpæs सअˈपास्, -ˈपैस्/
Word forms: surpasses, surpassing, surpassed
transitive verbYou can use surpass and exceed to say that one thing is greater than another. Usually, exceed is used to say that something is simply greater in number or size than another amount or a limit. Whereas surpass often suggests a judgement about quality, that something is bigger, but also better than something else.
If one person or thing surpasses another, the first is better than, or has more of a particular quality than, the second.[formal]पीछे छोड़ देना
He was determined to surpass the achievements of his older brothers.surpass expectations surpass a mark/record/achievement even/far/easily surpass something
They are consuming toxic pollutants at levels exceeding international safety limits. The Helios reached 85,100 feet, surpassing the all-time record for a non-rocket craft of 85,068.You can say that something exceeds or surpasses expectations to mean that it is better than expected.
Sales in the first quarter exceeded/surpassed all expectations.
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Example Sentences Including 'surpass'
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A look of love that surpasses understanding.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
But when the surroundings and the music are right, no one can surpass this Italian diva.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Indeed, their incompetence sometimes surpasses all human understanding.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
January 2006 European subscriptions surpass one million.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The threat had to surpass the previous one, which it t of the US in one move.The Sun (2016)
I only meant her to make a tolerable figure, without surpassing any one.Daniel Deronda (1876)
I'm delighted each year has surpassed the previous one and that is the aim again.The Sun (2014)
The supporting acts came close to surpassing the headline ones.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Does your desire to understand surpass your fear of possibly being wrong?Christianity Today (2000)
T he White Rhino is surpassed in size only by the elephant.Animals of the World (1993)
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British English: surpass VERB
If one person or thing surpasses another, the first is better than, or has more of a particular quality than, the second.
He was determined to surpass the achievements of his older brothers.
Translation of surpass from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary