Verb(1) be or do something to a greater degree(2) go far ahead of
(1) In her 80s Halprin continues to work at a pace that would outstrip dancers half her age.(2) At some point, internal productivity gains outstrip market growth, creating excess capacity.(3) The plan reports that the demand for affordable housing continues to grow as house prices outstrip many people's incomes.(4) If property prices were included in the reckoning, London would easily outstrip the rest of Britain.(5) Women are beginning to outstrip men as a percentage of total employees.(6) The ambitions driving the AU concept far outstrip the material resources available to make the vision work.(7) The young student starts to outstrip the old master.(8) There's a sense in which we ought not outstrip him.(9) In some parts of the capital, house price inflation is nearly 25% and demand far outstrips supply.(10) As a result, the country's main line railroads are running flat out and still demand outstrips available capacity.(11) To be clear, women, regardless of race, are outstripping men in college enrollment and graduation.(12) And that's a time frame that easily outstrips most investors' patience.(13) But as we know, the pupil has now far outstripped the master.(14) Mr Robinson said: ├ö├ç├┐The demand for methadone greatly outstrips supply.├ö├ç├û(15) But the demand far outstrips their ability to supply housing.(16) Innovations, while important, are globally available, and America's productivity gains have outstripped those of other countries.
(1) outstrip :: 追い越します
(2) out :: でる
(3) strip :: ストリップ
1. go faster than ::
2. surpass ::
3. outmatch ::
4. outdistance ::
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