Exceed [verb]

Definition of Exceed:

be superior to; surpass

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Earlier this month, the San Lorenzo Valley Water District, which serves areas affected by the CZA Lightning Complex Fire, reported levels of benzene—a known carcinogen—exceeding state health standards.

In the worst-case emissions scenario, that number could almost double in some regions, exceeding 15 days each fall.

Nearly nine in every 10 exceeded the recommended two-hour daily limit on non-school screen time.

The honorees on Fortune’s 2020 40 Under 40 certainly know how to get things done, so we asked them to tell us more about how they set and exceed their ambitious goals.

US government debt as a ratio of GDP is poised to exceed 100% for the full fiscal year, making it the first time that’s happened since 1946, according to projections from the Center for Management and Budget.

More than 85% of US respondents who answer at least two questions fill out the survey to the end—a completion rate that far exceeds the researchers’ initial expectations.

Jeff Hirsch, the chief commercial officer of PubMatic, which helps publishers build private marketplaces, said that the spending has been strongest on mobile private marketplaces, with spending now exceeding pre-pandemic highs.

There are e-bikes for sale in this country that exceed that rating, as well as motor systems made for retrofitting conventional bikes, but they’re not legal for street or path use in many places.

The conversations that we have had as a business have exceeded my expectations and never cease to surprise me.

Our goal of taking down the paywall was to grow to a certain scale, and we have far exceeded that scale already.