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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to be greater than)
a. exceder
The completion of our house exceeded the deadline by three months.La finalización de la casa excedió la fecha límite por tres meses.
b. exceder de
There will be a penalty if completion of the project exceeds 20 days.Habrá una penalidad si la entrega del proyecto llega a exceder de 20 días.
c. superar
The amount of the loan is not to exceed 80% of the appraised value of the property.La cantidad del préstamo no ha de superar el 80% de la valoración de la propiedad.
d. sobrepasar
The fee charged shall not exceed 15% of the applicant's income.La comisión no deberá sobrepasar el 15% de los ingresos del solicitante.
2. (to be better than)
a. superar
Mariana exceeded our expectations in the archery competition.Mariana superó nuestras expectativas en la competencia de tiro con arco.
3. (to transgress)
a. exceder
For your safety, please don't exceed the speed limit.Por su seguridad, por favor no excedas el límite de velocidad.
b. rebasar
Franco got a ticket for exceeding the speed limit.Franco recibió una infracción por rebasar el límite de velocidad.
c. sobrepasar
Do you know how many drinks it takes for you to exceed the legal limit of alcohol in your blood?¿Sabes con cuántas copas sobrepasas el límite legal de alcohol permitido en sangre?
4. (to overstep)
a. abusar de
The judge determined that the farmer exceeded his rights when he diverted water from the river.El juez determinó que el granjero abusó de sus derechos al desviar el agua del río.
b. excederse en
The mayor was sent to jail for exceeding his authority when he covered up police misconduct.El alcalde fue encarcelado por excederse en su autoridad cuando encubrió la mala conducta de la policía.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (amount, number, expectations)
a. superar, exceder
2. (limit)
a. rebasar
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exceed [ɪkˈsiːd]
transitive verb
[+estimate] exceder;by en; [+number] pasar de; exceder de; [+limit, bounds, speed limit] sobrepasar; rebasar; [+rights] ir más allá de; abusar de; [+powers, instructions] excederse en; [+expectations, fears] superar
a fine not exceeding £50 una multa que no pase de 50 libras
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