Traducción de outpace en Español:

outpace

dejar atrás, v.

Pronunciación /aʊtˈpeɪs//ˌaʊtˈpeɪs/

verbo transitivo

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    • Though progress has been made over the past decade, it has not been fast enough for economic growth to outpace population growth.
    • For 90 minutes the visitors found themselves outmuscled, outplayed and outpaced, yet twice they sneaked into the box, and twice they scored.
    • In those early days she consistently outpaced her rivals including giant steamboats.
    • Despite a steady rise in such loans, they are not outpacing overall credit growth and their share remains within the norm.
    • One in 10 Scottish jobs are in the financial industry and it has outpaced the growth of the Scottish economy by five times over the past five years.
    • The growth in the first six months of calendar year 2005 has far outpaced the rise in exports in the last calendar year.
    • The rise in the November surplus came despite a 19.4% rise in imports, a rate outpacing the 16.6% growth in exports.
    • Markets, as they will always do when given the chance, moved toward providing more goods at cheaper prices, and economic growth quickly began to outpace other Latin American economies.
    • Imagine two galaxies fleeing from each at a faster and faster rate, finally reaching a relative speed that outpaces light.
    • She made it as a fastest loser, cut adrift from the leading pack in her heat, outpaced when the turbo injection came with a kilometre to go, but in her reaction there was no vanity, no wounded pride.
    • Current and capital accounts are in surplus and Asia's growth is outpacing the rest of the world, it said.
    • US exporters are under pressure to find more overseas customers as domestic production growth outpaces local demand for the fibre.
    • Now all that notwithstanding, the rapid one-time shift in population composition associated with the baby boom is projected to outpace increases in productivity growth.
    • The heavy commercial vehicle sector grew 26 per cent in the first eight months of 1998, outpacing growth in the car market.
    • He eased round the full back and outpaced the chasing defence to score underneath the posts.
    • We see second quarter growth outpacing the first quarter because private consumption and investment should catch up
    • Connected to each other, the destroyers could easily outpace a submarine and trap it.
    • The model suggests the Cretaceous landscape was filled with large, lumbering creatures that any human with a fast car or bike or maybe even a quick sprint could outpace.
    • His latest came in the Winter Beach Run at Jacksonville where he outpaced three other area runners.
    • The nanowire-derived ring oscillators reached a speed of 11.7 megahertz, outpacing by a factor of roughly 10,000 the excruciatingly slow performance attained by other nanomaterial circuits.