English translation of 'ultrapassar'
1. (atravessar) to cross, go beyond
2. (ir além de) to exceed
3. (transgredir) to overstep
4. (automobiles) to overtake (BRIT), pass (US)
5. (ser superior a) to surpass
(automobiles) to overtake (BRIT), pass (US)
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'ultrapassar' in Other Languages
British English: overtake /ˌəʊvəˈteɪk/ VERB
If you overtake, you pass a moving vehicle or person because you are moving faster than they are.
He overtook at the first opportunity.
- American English: pass on road
- Arabic: يَلْحَقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ultrapassar
- Chinese: 超过
- Croatian: pretjecati
- Czech: předjet
- Danish: overhale
- Dutch: inhalen
- European Spanish: adelantar rebasar
- Finnish: ohittaa
- French: dépasser
- German: überholen
- Greek: προσπερνώ
- Italian: sorpassare
- Japanese: 追い越す
- Korean: 추월하다
- Norwegian: innhente
- Polish: wyminąć
- European Portuguese: ultrapassar
- Romanian: a depăși
- Russian: обгонять
- Spanish: adelantar ganar la delantera
- Swedish: köra om
- Thai: ไล่ตามทัน
- Turkish: sollamak
- Ukrainian: наздоганяти
- Vietnamese: vượt
British English: outstrip VERB
If one thing outstrips another, the first thing becomes larger in amount, or more successful or important, than the second thing.
Last year demand outstripped supply, and prices went up by more than a third.
British English: overtake VERB
If you overtake a vehicle or a person that is ahead of you and moving in the same direction, you pass them.
When he eventually overtook the last truck he pulled over to the inside lane.
Translation of ultrapassar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary