verb (used with object), outpaced, outpacing.
to surpass or exceed, as in speed, development, or performance: a company that has consistently outpaced the competition in sales.

1565–75; out- + pace1

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outpace (aʊtˈpeɪs)
to run or move faster than (someone or something else)

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Example sentences
They've evolved webbed feet and hands to help them outpace the crocodiles that
  are some of their main predators.
The intensity of the craving remodels those pleasure circuits, causing desire
  to outpace pleasure.
But if sea level rises too quickly, it can outpace the processes by which a
  wetland's elevation rises.
We can and will advance further but population growth is now poised to outpace
  technological advances.
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