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Definition of "outstripping" []

  • Present participle of outstrip. (verb)

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Use "outstripping" in a sentence
  • "The shortage of easily available credit, the lack of adequate exits, and the broader macroeconomic malaise, led once again to capital calls outstripping distributions."
  • ""Our state spending has grown at over 5.7% per year over the last decade, outstripping tax receipts (3.8%), personal income (3.7%) or inflation (2.4%)," Mr. Cuomo said the other day on Staten Island."
  • "However, TV advertising bounced back strongly from the 2009 recession, with 15% year-on-year growth in 2010, outstripping the growth rate for internet advertising for the first time since it has been measured as a substantial media more than a decade ago."