Outgo meaning

out-gō
To go beyond; exceed or surpass.
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Something that goes out, especially an expenditure or a cost.
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The act or process of going out.
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To surpass, as in achievement; go beyond; outdo.
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The act of going out.
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That which goes or is paid out; outflow or expenditure.
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(poetic) To go out, to set forth.
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(archaic) To go further; to exceed or surpass; go beyond.
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To overtake; to travel faster than.
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The act or process of going out.
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A quantity of a substance or thing that has flowed out; an outflow.
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(business, commerce) An expenditure, cost or outlay.
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Origin of outgo

  • From Middle English outgon, from Old English Å«tgān (“to go out"), from Proto-Germanic *Å«t + *gānÄ… (“to go out"), equivalent to out- +"Ž go. Cognate with Scots outgae (“to go out, depart"), Dutch uitgaan, German ausgehen, Swedish utgÃ¥.

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