Meaning of EXCEED in English

EXCEED

verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

exceed a limit (= go beyond a limit )

He reported a driver for exceeding the speed limit.

exceed a maximum

The fine must not exceed the statutory maximum.

exceed a quota

The fishermen were accused of exceeding their quotas.

exceed a target (= achieve more than you wanted to )

We have exceeded our target of £200,000.

exceed a threshold

The value of many family homes far exceeds the inheritance tax threshold.

exceed sth in importance formal (= be more important than something else )

For him, winning Wimbledon exceeded all other tournaments in importance.

exceed the dose (= take more of a medicine than is recommended )

You should take care not to exceed the recommended dose of paracetamol.

exceed/break the speed limit

exceed/overstep your authority (= do more than you have the power or right to do )

A higher court decided that the judge had exceeded his authority.

exceed/surpass sb's expectations (= be or do better than you hoped or expected )

The holiday exceeded our expectations.

supply outstrips/exceeds demand (= more is available than people need or want )

In the 1980s, the supply of grain far exceeded the demand.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

already

His achievements had already exceeded his highest hopes, and he anticipated equal if not greater success from the great continent.

In some districts the management costs of fundholding already exceed the cost of running the family health services authority.

By the end of November, assets already exceeded that forecast by $ 170 billion.

The intention is to further raise the quality of service across the branches, though many already exceed the new targets.

The church's legal costs topped $ 1m last year and already exceed $ 100,000 this year.

The current land supply already exceeds the five year requirement.

even

In elderly people in industrialised societies the prevalence of arterial hypertension approaches or even exceeds 50%.

The levels reached by 1971 exceeded even the considerable levels achieved before the First World War.

The hope was realized - but in a style that must have exceeded even Chapman's wildest dreams.

far

Some aspects of this immediacy can also be transmitted by our contacts with non-human organisms whose lifespan far exceeds our own.

Despite heightened public awareness in the last decade, the need for donated organs still far exceeds the supply.

Is it realistic to talk of a multiplicity of body plans in the Cambrian, far exceeding that of the present day?

Because their distortion is easier on the ear, tube designs tend to far exceed their rated power.

The effort put into marketing and customer service far exceeds the effort in production and in research.

They said he had far exceeded his limits in acquiring mortgages that were packaged into a particularly risky form of securities.

Central Office experts had to confess that their harshest forecast had been far exceeded .

This total of 84 million far exceeds all other estimates that we have seen.

greatly

Touts make money when the demand for their tickets greatly exceeds the supply at the official price.

He uses his great influence and his knowledge as a lawyer for not paying his debts, which greatly exceed his fortune.

Agricultural and industrial demand, amplified by population growth, often greatly exceeds the rate of natural recharge.

For items where costs have been disclosed, these estimates have been greatly exceeded .

never

The economy moves from point A to point C and y never exceeds y *;.

From 1930 until 1937 the total annual budget of the 515 never exceeded $ 17, 400.

They discovered that the difference in attendance between any recession and the year before it started has never exceeded 2 p.c.

The supply of people who have money to be robbed of will never exceed the demand to rob them.

often

Storage costs often exceed the value of goods stored during the normal turnover period.

only

In fact, the range of size is exceeded only by the range of habit.

rarely

Spring passage is also quite slight, numbers rarely exceeding about 10 birds in any spring.

For most industries, costs attributable to environmental regulations rarely exceed about 1.5 % of the total.

The shoals rarely exceed fifty, and are more likely to number less than thirty.

They identified about four hundred units and suggested that they accommodate over seven thousand pupils at ratios rarely exceeding 6 to 1.

Elsewhere the numbers seen together have rarely exceeded 10 to 30 birds.

From the information available it seems likely that the total winter population of the county now rarely exceeds 4,000 birds.

Britain's growth rate has rarely exceeded that on the continent by more than one percentage point.

The porosity of the lagoonal mudstones is mainly of the intercrystalline type and rarely exceeds 2-3%.

■ NOUN

amount

The amount should not exceed 4° in 15 minutes.

Also, the amount paid exceeds the authorized monthly rate of pay for the director of data services position.

authority

Application must be made to the legal aid area office for authority to exceed this limit.

benefit

They are likely to do so only if the perceived benefits exceed the expected costs.

Your marginal costs are also society's marginal costs, but society's marginal benefits exceed your own.

So a private sector agent will only provide a public good if his private benefits exceed the costs of producing the good.

This is because the explicit tax rate and the means-tested benefit withdrawal rate exceeds unity.

In this example, the marginal benefit of another film exceeds the marginal cost of producing another film.

The capital stock should be increased if the marginal social benefit exceeds the long-run marginal cost inclusive of the capital charge.

Only if the benefit withdrawal rate exceeded 100 percent would the individual actually be worse off under such a proposal.

But when films are taxed we have just seen that the marginal social benefit of another film exceeds its marginal cost.

billion

The combined company will have sales exceeding $ 6 billion .

In 1990 alone our trade deficit exceeded $ 100 billion .

capacity

The demands made by terminals on channels and lines are very unlikely to exceed their capacity .

According to the survey, nine 24-bike trains and one 48-bike train met or exceeded capacity .

Delays are unlikely to exceed a few minutes while capacity is maximised.

This stated that living creatures multiply at a rate that exceeds the capacity of the environment to maintain them.

Extreme events which exceed the normal capacity of the human system to reflect, absorb or buffer them are inherent in hazard.

cost

Sometimes the development costs exceed the resources of even the largest firms.

For example, if the cost of injuries exceeds $ 5, 000, the other party may be sued.

In some districts the management costs of fundholding already exceed the cost of running the family health services authority.

All operation and maintenance costs are those costs that exceed 0 and M for the base case of oil boilers.

A Union Jack was to be purchased for the occasion at a cost not exceeding one pound.

From 1989 through 1992 the combined annual cost exceeded $ 50, 000 in three of the four years.

A government cost benefit analysis in 1986 showed that the cost of vaccination exceeded the worst case scenario cost of eradication.

The packaging costs exceed the cost of basic ingredients in soft drinks, breakfast cereals, soups, and frozen dinners.

costs

If the growth of labour costs exceeds that of productivity, the profit share is squeezed.

All operation and maintenance costs are those costs that exceed 0 and M for the base case of oil boilers.

Sometimes the development costs exceed the resources of even the largest firms.

The packaging costs exceed the cost of basic ingredients in soft drinks, breakfast cereals, soups, and frozen dinners.

Storage costs often exceed the value of goods stored during the normal turnover period.

In some districts the management costs of fundholding already exceed the cost of running the family health services authority.

demand

This frequently meant that the demand for money exceeded the supply of money that the authorities were prepared to permit.

Often the demands simply exceeded what human flesh could obey.

Pharmaceutical companies and medical researchers breed their own animals, but demand always exceeds supply and extremely high prices are paid.

earnings

Shares of computer equipment companies nationwide surged after several members of the industry reported earnings that exceeded expectations.

He adds that per-share earnings growth could exceed 90 % for 1995.

estimate

For these reasons a number of highly estimated lots failed to find buyers while others far exceeded their estimates.

The profits exceeded analysts' estimates .

Spitfire restorations to airworthy status have notoriously exceeded initial estimates of timing and cost, irrespective of start point condition.

Kriegel was determined not to let the cost exceed the estimate without a fight.

In all the funeral exceeded the bishop's estimate by over £540, amounting to £940 18s. 11d.

This total of 84 million far exceeds all other estimates that we have seen.

There was the rub - Rose Lipman complained they were exceeding the estimates .

expectations

Within twelve months it had exceeded expectations and become a £40million growth product.

Cyrix reported a fourth-quarter loss of 49 cents a share, which exceeded most analysts expectations .

We felt that the interaction and integration had exceeded our expectations .

Shares of computer equipment companies nationwide surged after several members of the industry reported earnings that exceeded expectations .

He felt sure he had exceeded Jeopardy's expectations .

Ponsolle said sales in 1995 exceeded expectations .

All observers noted that the elections had been free and fair and that conduct had exceeded all expectations .

Morrison has been flirting with a jazz album for some time, but this at-long-last effort exceeds expectations .

growth

If the growth of labour costs exceeds that of productivity, the profit share is squeezed.

He adds that per-share earnings growth could exceed 90 % for 1995.

This would mean that the firm's growth rate would exceed its cost of capital.

Agricultural and industrial demand, amplified by population growth , often greatly exceeds the rate of natural recharge.

Britain's growth rate has rarely exceeded that on the continent by more than one percentage point.

Last month, Motorola said it reckons growth won't exceed ten per cent.

income

Jeffrey was refused help with the prescription for his inhaler because the Department of Health said his income exceeded the required level.

The full amount is only given to people whose income does not exceed £14,200.

level

The levels reached by 1971 exceeded even the considerable levels achieved before the First World War.

The standard requires detectors to sound before carbon monoxide levels exceed 100 parts per million for 90 minutes.

In addition, even this measure could not guarantee that recent flood levels would not be exceeded .

The general level of wages exceeded the marginal disutility of employment.

limit

Penalties are also steep for those who exceed their overdraft limits .

Fines for speeding range from $ 57. 60 to $ 360, depending on how much drivers exceed the legal limits .

Application must be made to the legal aid area office for authority to exceed this limit .

The local police frequently arrested students for exceeding the speed limit or other minor infractions of the law.

What happens if you exceed your limit ?

They said he had far exceeded his limits in acquiring mortgages that were packaged into a particularly risky form of securities.

I may be guilty of exceeding the speed limit .

If those damages exceeded the policy limits , the motorist could sue the other party for the excess.

million

Analysts said they won't be surprised if the charge exceeds $ 100 million .

In the first three years of the program, Emery reported documented savings exceeding $ 2 million .

The number of illiterate adults exceeds by 16 million the entire vote cast for the winner in the 1980 presidential contest.

Because the deal exceeds $ 1 million , it must also be approved by the Board of Supervisors.

By 1990, the payrolls for each of the senators from Mississippi exceeded $ 1 million .

The 1995 total marked the second annual increase in a row and exceeded five million for the first time in three years.

The standard requires detectors to sound before carbon monoxide levels exceed 100 parts per million for 90 minutes.

Schmitt has annual sales exceeding $ 175 million .

month

Would first statements made up to 28 February 1994 be deemed to exceed 18 months ?

number

If the actual number of entry-versions exceeds the design assumption by more than 25%, the system will be unmanageable.

The number of dead exceeds ten thousand... and the burn victims continue to die.

Spring passage is also quite slight, numbers rarely exceeding about 10 birds in any spring.

Now protected, its numbers do not exceed five hundred.

Group numbers in dolphins may reach into the thousands and oceanic dolphins may gather in numbers exceeding 100,000.

The number of illiterate adults exceeds by 16 million the entire vote cast for the winner in the 1980 presidential contest.

If the number of rejects exceeds the level, the batch is returned. 24.

Only in 10 out of 23 countries does the total number of female graduates exceed 20 percent.

percent

Quantity and location of rust markings is important and should not exceed ten percent of body colour.

The number of option contracts can not exceed 10 percent of the number of securities in issue. 2.

Only in 10 out of 23 countries does the total number of female graduates exceed 20 percent .

Foreign investment was, however, not generally to exceed 49 percent of the firm's capital.

Fat content can not exceed 30 percent .

Only if the benefit withdrawal rate exceeded 100 percent would the individual actually be worse off under such a proposal.

By the year 2005, the percentage of service jobs in the economy likely will exceed 80 percent .

period

He also made it a condition that she be treated by a psychiatrist for a period not exceeding one year.

Where the County Court grants a new lease to the tenant it may do so for a period not exceeding 14 years.

The population of Halling during this period probably did not exceed a hundred.

His prize-money in the period exceeded $ 11.1m.

population

By 1948 another sharp increase to 19,765 had occurred, with the average daily population exceeding 20,000 in July of that year.

The population has always exceeded the land base. 10.

Numbers at each site vary annually and the total recorded population has yet to exceed 20-25 pairs.

But sustainability in such arid circumstances depends on sustainable populations which do not exceed the resources.

price

The share price , which exceeded $ 75 in 1998, is now just above $ 45.

All the gold fulfilled maturing forward contracts where the contract price exceeded the spot price.

Equating marginal cost and marginal revenue, each firm will produce an output at which price exceeds marginal cost.

product

Net national product exceeds national income by the amount of indirect business taxes-sales and excise taxes, primarily.

quota

You should check that you have not exceeded your disk quota .

Applications had vastly exceeded the quota within a few days, reports said.

range

In fact, the range of size is exceeded only by the range of habit.

Never try to exceed the range of movement available but work within it instead.

rate

This would mean that the firm's growth rate would exceed its cost of capital.

It is caused by excessive destruction of erythrocytes at a rate that exceeds the conjugating ability of the liver.

If the rate of return exceeds the rate of interest, the investment will be profitable.

Interest rates on offshore deposits exceed those on comparable domestic deposits because offshore deposits are not subject to reserve requirements.

This is because the explicit tax rate and the means-tested benefit withdrawal rate exceeds unity.

This stated that living creatures multiply at a rate that exceeds the capacity of the environment to maintain them.

They could not pay back even quite small sums, since the rate of interest exceeded their earnings.

Only if the benefit withdrawal rate exceeded 100 percent would the individual actually be worse off under such a proposal.

result

The results exceeded his wildest hopes.

The results exceeded analysts' expectations of $ 1. 64 a share.

The results exceeded the promoters' wildest dreams.

sale

The rebate is usually conditional on your accounts being paid on time and a certain sales value being exceeded .

The combined company will have sales exceeding $ 6 billion.

Payment of that deferred consideration depended on the amount by which the acquired company's sales exceeded a certain figure.

Ponsolle said sales in 1995 exceeded expectations.

Safeway, the food retailer, was up 0.7 per cent after news that its Christmas sales had exceeded market forecasts.

I am confident that he will pursue this course and continue to run a department whose sales exceed our expectations.

By 1983, export sales exceeded domestic sales.

Schmitt has annual sales exceeding $ 175 million.

share

The share price, which exceeded $ 75 in 1998, is now just above $ 45.

Cyrix reported a fourth-quarter loss of 49 cents a share , which exceeded most analysts expectations.

speed

The devices would cut the fuel supply if the speed limit were exceeded .

If the ascent speed is exceeded , a flashing slow warning is given.

Diff-locks click out when speeds or steering angles exceed preset limits.

standard

For the remaining 5 percent of the year, they are allowed to exceed the standards by an unlimited amount.

Over the last three years, water pumped from the convention center exceeded state standards for toxic metals on 11 occasions.

These figures are typical and it is therefore evident that the service is not only meeting, but exceeding national standards .

On two days out of three in 1988 the air exceeded national health standards .

sum

When the value of your fund exceeds the guaranteed sum assured deductions will cease.

supply

Yet, despite the mushrooming of coffee bars in the high streets of western countries, supply still exceeds demand.

But only 37 percent of those tires have been reused because the supply of shredded tires exceeds demand, Sidnell said.

Officials estimate that supply has exceeded demand by £7.5 billion since the beginning of 1988.

Electricity supplies would be fixed and there would be cuts in supply if limits were exceeded .

The current land supply already exceeds the five year requirement.

target

Only 70 state enterprises exceeded their planned profit target in the year.

There is no worry about eating the right foods or exceeding the calorie target .

The overall student target for the School was exceeded with virtually every subject reaching or exceeding its target.

The December figure brought the annual average for 1989 up to 10.6 percent, exceeding the government's target of 8 percent.

Table 8.3 shows that the government regularly exceeded its monetary targets .

It exceeded its investment target by thirty-nine percent, but most of the money went towards tourism.

The intention is to further raise the quality of service across the branches, though many already exceed the new targets .

Companies using this method will usually reject any project which exceeds their target payback period.

threshold

When the measurements exceed pre-programmed thresholds , alerts will be sent to a base station computer.

If the total strength of the input signals exceeds a certain threshold , the unit sends a signal on to other units.

Any system in which more than 10 percent of monitored, high-risk residences exceeded that threshold was cited.

If a software unit exceeds an error threshold , throw it out, and have a different developer do the recoding.

value

Only collect information if its actual or potential value exceeds the cost of collecting it.

The rebate is usually conditional on your accounts being paid on time and a certain sales value being exceeded .

The goal is for its value to exceed 50 × 10 20 keV sec per m 3.

When the value of your fund exceeds the guaranteed sum assured deductions will cease.

The decision-maker tries to maximise the objective up to the goal value but is not interested in values exceeding the goal.

Hence this value can not exceed 19.

They can not move until values again exceed the size of their loan.

year

Organisers expect the crowds this year easily to exceed the record attendance of 170,000 over four days in 1992.

Already the number of stranded cetaceans this year exceeds the annual average in the past decade.

The church's legal costs topped $ 1m last year and already exceed $ 100,000 this year.

Last year they totalled about 2.5% and this year are unlikely to exceed 2%.

Using union figures, allowances being paid at the start of this year exceeded the number originally intended by more than 3,000.

years

Where the County Court grants a new lease to the tenant it may do so for a period not exceeding 14 years .

In this series we feel that no carcinoma was missed by barium enema in view of the follow up exceeding four years .

The period of patency is very long, exceeding two years in all the genera examined.

Nevertheless, there is considerable stability in this firm, and average partner service exceeds seven years .

■ VERB

expect

Revenues, from reprocessing domestic and imported nuclear fuels, are not expected to exceed £5.2 billion.

It expects revenue to exceed $ 100 million this year, up from $ 85 million last year.

The number taking part was expected to exceed 100,000.

No holding in any one company is expected to exceed 2% of the portfolio's value.

meet

For decades the main aim of every enterprise was to meet or exceed government-set output targets rather than to improve production methods.

Those objectives were fully met , and exceeded ....

According to the survey, nine 24-bike trains and one 48-bike train met or exceeded capacity.

It also said fiscal 1996 revenue should meet or exceed analysts' projections.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Births exceeded deaths by a ratio of 3 to 1.

Construction costs for the bridge could exceed $230 million.

In the Far East, home computer ownership is expected to exceed that of the US and Europe combined.

Legal requirements state that working hours must not exceed 42 hours a week.

Metcalf has achieved 49 touchdowns, far exceeding even those of his famous father.

Nearly 100 cities have air pollution that exceeds federal standards.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

For example, if the cost of injuries exceeds $ 5, 000, the other party may be sued.

In essence, this requires assessment of whether the extra benefits exceed the higher costs.

Indeed, at one point the peak of a worst case fluctuation actually exceeds that of the best case.

She claims that the concept of the additional premium exceeding the amount of the claim will be familiar to motorists.

The conservative justices said the lawmakers had exceeded their constitutional authority.

The size of the gang, however, should be kept as small as possible and should not exceed six members.

The total portfolio exceeds nine hundred million.

They are likely to do so only if the perceived benefits exceed the expected costs.

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