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Translation of "exceed" - English-Turkish dictionary

exceed

verb
 
 
/ɪkˈsiːd/
[T] to be more than a particular number or amount
geçmek, aşmak, ihlal etmek
Sales have exceeded $1 million so far this year.Surpassing in quality or number
exceed the speed limit to drive faster than you are allowed to according to the law
hız sınırını ihlal etmek/aşmak
Driving and operating road vehiclesCrime - general words
Translations of “exceed”
in Arabic يَتَجاوَز…
in Korean 초과하다…
in Malaysian melebihi…
in French dépasser…
in Italian eccedere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 超過,超出(數量), 超越(規定的範圍)…
in Russian превышать…
in Polish przekraczać, przewyższać…
in Vietnamese vượt quá…
in Spanish exceder, sobrepasar…
in Portuguese exceder, superar…
in Thai เกินกว่า…
in German überschreiten…
in Catalan excedir…
in Japanese ~を超える…
in Indonesian melampaui…
in Chinese (Simplified) 超过,超出(数量), 超越(规定的范围)…
(Definition of exceed from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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