outpass

outpass

(ˌaʊtˈpɑːs)
vb
to exceed in passingto exceedto go beyondto come or go out
Translations

outpass

v. pasar más allá de; avanzar.
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The OFW finally retrieved his expired passport from a court in Dubai and was able to claim his outpass from the Philippine Consulate.
The post Liverpool can't outpass Arsenal, Klopp mulls other ploys appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Our aim is not to outplay Liverpool, or outpass Liverpool, or any nonsense like that," Howe said.
The teenager is now going home after obtaining an outpass on his behalf from the Indian Embassy.
Instead of renewing the passport, the Syrian Consulate cancelled the document and issued an outpass which allowed me to travel to my country," Jarad said.
Jeddah, May 26 ( ANI ): External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Sunday visited the Indian consulate in Jeddah and met with the officials on duty to access the arrangements for registration of Indian nationals for outpass.
With Wales passing it around like world beaters and the Serbs doing the same on an awful pitch, there can't be many sides left who can't outplay us and outpass us - what a sobering reality.
The mother and daughter will fly back home tomorrow - the day before their outpass expires.
DURHAM CITY must get the ball down and outpass Wakefield's giants tonight, warns Dicky Ord.
We seem to be able to outpass anyone we come up against.
Bristol City are a good passing side, but let's hope we can outpass them and score some goals, " said Cork.
Howe (above) will really relish being on Monday's stage, his side could easily outpass their illustrious hosts, but last week's late victory at Stoke showed a different Liverpool trait - style has been eclipsed by substance.