surpass

Surpass vs Avoidable - What's the difference?

surpass | avoidable |


As a verb surpass

is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

As an adjective avoidable is

capable of being vacated; liable to be annulled or made invalid; voidable.

As a noun avoidable is

something that can be avoided.

Surpass vs Breakthrough - What's the difference?

surpass | breakthrough |


As a verb surpass

is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

As an adjective breakthrough is

characterized by major progress or overcoming some obstacle.

As a noun breakthrough is

(military) an advance through and past enemy lines.

Surpass vs Exceptional - What's the difference?

surpass | exceptional |


As a verb surpass

is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

As an adjective exceptional is

forming an exception; not ordinary; uncommon; rare.

Surpass vs Null - What's the difference?

surpass | null |


As a verb surpass

is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Leapfrogging vs Surpass - What's the difference?

leapfrogging | surpass |


As verbs the difference between leapfrogging and surpass

is that leapfrogging is while surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

Surpass vs Overdrive - What's the difference?

surpass | overdrive |


In lang=en terms the difference between surpass and overdrive

is that surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed while overdrive is to drive too hard, or far, or beyond strength.

As verbs the difference between surpass and overdrive

is that surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed while overdrive is to drive too hard, or far, or beyond strength.

As a noun overdrive is

(dated) a gear, on an automobile, higher than the normal top gear.

Surpass vs Succeed - What's the difference?

surpass | succeed |


As verbs the difference between surpass and succeed

is that surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed while succeed is to follow in order; to come next after; hence, to take the place of.

Sustain vs Surpass - What's the difference?

sustain | surpass |


In lang=en terms the difference between sustain and surpass

is that sustain is to confirm, prove, or corroborate while surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

As verbs the difference between sustain and surpass

is that sustain is to maintain, or keep in existence while surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

As a noun sustain

is (music) a mechanism which can be used to hold a note, as the right pedal on a piano.

Surpass vs Defeat - What's the difference?

surpass | defeat |


In lang=en terms the difference between surpass and defeat

is that surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed while defeat is to reduce, to nothing, the strength of.

As verbs the difference between surpass and defeat

is that surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed while defeat is to overcome in battle or contest.

As a noun defeat is

the act of defeating or being defeated.

Override vs Surpass - What's the difference?

override | surpass |


As verbs the difference between override and surpass

is that override is to ride across or beyond something while surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

As a noun override

is a mechanism, device or procedure used to counteract an automatic control.

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