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excel any one

  • 1 aemulor

        aemulor ātus, ārī    [aemulus], to rival, vie with, emulate, strive to excel: eius instituta: Agamemnonem, N.: studia, L.: virtutes, Ta.—To envy, be jealous of: iis qui, etc.: mecum, L.: inter se, Ta.
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    aemulari, aemulatus sum V DEP
    ape, imitate, emulate; be envious, jealous of, vie with a rival; copy (book)

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  • 2 ante-cēdō

        ante-cēdō essī, —, ere,    to go before, get the start, precede: ad explorandum, L.: antecedentem scelestum, H.: magnis itineribus, Cs.: legiones.— Fig., to precede: si huic rei illa antecedit, is a logical condition of: haec (dies) ei antecessit, T.—To have precedence of, excel, surpass: quantum natura hominis pecudibus antecedit: eum in amicitiā, N.: scientiā reliquos, Cs.: aetate.—To be eminent, excel: honore.

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  • 3 ante-cellō

        ante-cellō —, —, ere    [2 CEL-], to be prominent, distinguish oneself, excel, surpass, be superior: longe ceteris: ubertate agrorum terris: omnibus gloriā: vestrae exercitationi ad honorem, with respect to honor: perigrinam stirpem, Ta.: omnes fortunā, Ta.: militari laude.

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  • 4 ante-eō

        ante-eō īvī or iī, —, īre    (anteit, disyl., H., O.; anteirent, trisyl., V.; anteat, O.; antībō, Ta.; antissent, Ta.; antisse, Ta.), to go before, precede: strenuus anteis, H.: ubi anteire primores vident, L.: Te semper anteit Necessitas, H.: praetoribus. —Fig., to take precedence of, surpass, excel: erum sapientiā, T.: aetatem meam honoribus, L.: aetate illos: candore nives, V.: iis aetate.—To anticipate, prevent, avert: damnationem anteeit, Ta.: periculum, Ta.—To resist: auctoritati parentis, Ta.

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  • 5 ante-veniō

        ante-veniō vēnī, ventus, īre,    to come before, get the start of, anticipate: exercitum, S.: consilia (hostium), thwart, S.: ne... Anteveni, V.—Fig., to exceed, surpass, excel: per virtutem nobilitatem, S.

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  • 6 antistō (not antes-)

        antistō (not antes-) stetī, —, āre    [ante + sto], to stand before, only fig., to excel, surpass, be superior: quanto antistaret eloquentia innocentiae, N.: si (quaeritur) ratio... Pompeius antistat: alcui aliquā re.

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  • 7 ēmineō

        ēmineō uī, —, ēre    [ex + 2 MAN-], to stand out, project, reach upward: eminere et procul videri, Cs.: vetustae radices, S.: hasta in partīs ambas, O.: iugum in mare, Cs.: ex terrā in altitudinem xxx stadia, Cu.: belua ponto, O.: ut per costas ferrum emineret, L.: acies extra proelium, L.— Fig., to be prominent, stand out, be conspicuous: quorum eminet audacia: ex ore crudelitas: privata inter publicos honores studia, L.: supra cetera, L.: desperatio in voltu, L.: vox eminet una, is distinctly heard, O.— To distinguish oneself, be eminent: inter omnīs in omni genere dicendi: tantum, L.: altius, N.
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    eminere, eminui, - V
    stand out; be prominent/preeminent, excel; project

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  • 8 excellō

        excellō (praes. excellet, Cu.), —, celsus, ere    [2 CEL-], to be eminent, be superior, surpass, excel: qui (artifex) excellit: haec (flagitia) quae excellunt, your most conspicuous crimes: super ceteros, L.: ceteris: ingenio scientiāque: dignitate principibus: in omni genere artium.
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    excellere, -, excelsus V
    be eminent/preeminent; excel

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  • 9 ex-superō or exuperō

        ex-superō or exuperō āvī, ātus, āre,    to mount up, tower: exsuperant flammae, V. — To surmount, pass over: iugum, V.: solum Helori, V. —Fig., to be superior, prevail, be conspicuous, excel: si non poterunt exsuperare, cadant, O.: Virtute, V.: violentia Turni exsuperat magis, V.—To surpass, exceed, excel: exuperat eius stultitia haec omnia, T.: Tarquinios superbiā, L.: morum nobilitate genus, O.: (summa) operum fundamenta exsuperatura, i. e. exceed the cost of, L.: cuncta exsuperans patrimonia census, Iu.—To be too much for, overpower, overcome: summum Iovem, C. poët.: sensum omnem talis damni, L.: virīs meas, O.: moras (sc. scalarum), obstacles, V.

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  • 10 exuperō

        exuperō    see exsupero.
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    exuperare, exuperavi, exuperatus V
    excel; overtop; surpass; overpower

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  • 11 prae-cēdō

        prae-cēdō cessī, cessus, ere,    to go before, precede, lead the way, lead: cum coronis aureis (in a procession), L.: praecedebat ipse vinctus, L.: fama loquax praecessit ad aures, Deïanira, tuas, O.: is praecedens agmen militum, L.: classem, L.—Of time: quae venturas praecedet sexta Kalendas, O.—Fig., to surpass, outstrip, outdo, excel: Gallos virtute, Cs.: vestros honores rebis gerendis, L.

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  • 12 praecellō

        praecellō —, —, ere    [2 CEL-], to surpass, excel: alqm fecunditate, Ta.: per nobilitatem, Ta.: genti, to rule over, Ta.
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    I
    praecellare, praecellavi, praecellatus V
    surpass; excell
    II
    praecellere, -, - V
    excel; surpass

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  • 13 prae-currō

        prae-currō cucurrī    (rarely currī), —, ere, to run before, hasten on before, precede: propere, T.: ad Persea, L.: ante omnīs, Cs.: Barros equis albis, i. e. surpass, H.—Fig., to go before, precede, anticipate: eo fama iam praecurrerat de proelio Dyrrhachino, Cs.: Isocratem aetate: ita praecurrit amicitia iudicium: ut certis rebus certa signa praecurrerent, precede.—To exceed, surpass, excel: mihi studio: eum nobilitate, N.

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  • 14 praemineō (prae-ēm-)

        praemineō (prae-ēm-) —, —, ēre,    to transcend, excel: ceteros peritiā legum, Ta.

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  • 15 praestō

        praestō adv.    [for * praesito, P. abl. of * prae-sino], at hand, ready, present, here: Ipsum praesto video, T.: domi Praesto apud me esse, T.: togulae lictoribus ad portam praesto fuerunt: praesto est enim acerba memoria, always with me, L.: ubi est frater? Chaer. Praesto adest, T.— At hand, serviceable, helpful: Macroni vix videor praesto.—Usu. in the phrase, praesto esse, to be at hand, attend, wait upon, serve, aid, be helpful: praesto esse clientem tuum?: ius civile didicit, praesto multis fuit: saluti tuae praesto esse: ut ad omnia, quae tui velint, ita sim praesto, ut, etc. —With esse, to be in the way, meet, resist, oppose: quaestores cum fascibus mihi praesto fuerunt.
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    I
    at hand, ready
    II
    praestare, praestavi, praestatus V
    excel, exhibit; keep; perform, discharge, fulfill
    III
    praestare, praestiti, praestitus V
    excel, exhibit; keep; perform, discharge, fulfill

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  • 16 prae-stō

        prae-stō itī, itus    (P. fut. praestatūrus), āre, to stand out, stand before, be superior, excel, surpass, exceed, be excellent: suos inter aequalīs: civitas hominum multitudine praestabat, Cs.: sacro, quod praestat, peracto, Iu.: probro atque petulantiā maxume, to be pre-eminent, S.: virtute omnibus, Cs.: quā re homines bestiis praestent: pingendo aliis: praestare honestam mortem existimans turpi vitae, N.: quantum ceteris praestet Lucretia, L.: virtute ceteros mortales, L.: gradu honoris nos, L.: imperatores prudentiā, N.—Impers. with subject-clause, it is preferable, is better: sibi praestare, quamvis fortunam pati, quam interfici, etc., Cs.: mori milies praestitit, quam haec pati: motos praestat componere fluctūs, V.—To become surety for, answer for, vouch for, warrant, be responsible for, take upon oneself: ut omnīs ministros imperi tui rei p. praestare videare: ut nihil in vitā nobis praestandum praeter culpam putemus, i. e. that we have nothing to answer for if free from guilt: impetūs populi praestare nemo potest, answer for the outbreaks of the people: emptori damnum praestari oportere, compensation ought to be made: nihil, be responsible for nothing: quod ab homine non potuerit praestari, what none could guaranty against: tibi a vi nihil, give no guaranty against: meliorem praesto magistro Discipulum, warrant, Iu.: quis potest praestare, semper sapientem beatum fore, cum, etc.?: Illius lacrimae praestant Ut veniam culpae non abnuat Osiris, insure, Iu.—To fulfil, discharge, maintain, perform, execute: in pugnā militis officia, Cs.: amicitiae ius officiumque: praestiti, ne quem pacis per me partae paeniteat, have taken care, L.: quamcumque ei fidem dederis, ego praestabo, will keep the promise: ei fidem, L.: mea tibi fides praestabitur: pacem cum iis populus R. praestitit, maintained, L.: argenti pondo bina in militem, pay as ransom, L.: tributa, pay, Iu.: triplicem usuram, Iu.—To keep, preserve, maintain, retain: pueri, quibus videmur praestare rem p. debuisse: nepotibus aequor, O.: omnīs socios salvos praestare poteramus: Incolumem me tibi, H.—To show, exhibit, prove, evince, manifest, furnish, present, assure: mobilitatem equitum in proeliis, Cs.: in iis rebus eam voluntatem: consilium suum fidemque: honorem debitum patri: senatui sententiam, to give his vote: terga hosti, i. e. flee, Ta.: voluptatem sapienti, assure: praesta te eum, qui, etc., show thyself such, as, etc.: teque praesta constanter ad omne Indeclinatae munus amicitiae, show thyself constant, O.: vel magnum praestet Achillen, approve himself a great Achilles, V.

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  • 17 praeter-eō

        praeter-eō iī, itus, īre,    to go by, go past, pass by, pass: praeteriens modo, in passing by, T.: quasi praeteriens satisfaciam universis: te praetereunte, Iu.: hortos: hos cursu, outstrips, V.: Pudicitiae aram, Iu.: praeterita est virgo, O.: decrescentia ripas Flumina praetereunt, H.—Of time, to pass, go by: biennium praeteriit hora, O.—Fig., to pass by, pass over, leave out, omit, disregard, overlook, neglect: temere alqd, T.: quae nunc ego omnia praetereo: et quod paene praeterii, Bruti tui causā feci omnia: ut pars orationis silentio praeteriretur, i. e. be without applause: praeteream, referamne tuum... Dedecus? O.: nullum genus crudelitatis, leave unpractised: praeterire non potui, quin scriberem, could not neglect to write: cum vir suffragiis praeteritur: fratris filium (in a last will): retinuit quosdam Lepidus a collegā praeteritos, i. e. dropped from the roll (of the Senate), L.: Me quoque praeteriere patres, forgot, O.—To escape, avoid: nescis quid mali Praeterieris, T.—To go beyond, outstrip, surpass, excel: virtus alios tua praeterit omnīs, O.: ut Aiax praeteriit Telamonem, Iu.—To overpass, transgress: iustum modum, O.—To escape, be unnoticed by: non me praeterit... me prolapsum esse: te non praeterit, quam sit difficile.

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  • 18 superō

        superō āvī, ātus, āre    [superus], to go over, rise above, overtop, surmount, transcend: capite et cervicibus, V.: has (turrīs) altitudo puppium ex barbaris navibus superabat, Cs.: ut aqua genua vix superaret, L.: Posterior partīs superat mensura priores, O.— To go over, rise above, mount, ascend, surmount, overtop: ardua montis Per deserta iugo superans, passing over the summit, V.: (tempestas) summas ripas fluminis superavit, Cs.: munitiones, L.: montīs, V.: Caucasum, Cu.: tantum itineris, traverse, Ta.: regionem castrorum, go beyond, Cs.: insidias circa ipsum iter locatas, L.: superant (Parnasi) cacumina nubes, O.— To sail by, pass, double, weather: promunturium, L.: Euboeam, N.: cursu Isthmon, O.: Regna Liburnorum, V.—Poet.: musarum scopulos, Enn. ap. C.— To exceed, be in excess, overrun, be abundant, abound: in quo superare mendosum est: quae Iugurthae fesso superaverant, had been too much for, S.: superante multitudine, L.: superat gregibus dum iuventas, V.: uter igitur est divitior, cui deest an cui superat?— To be left over, remain, survive: quae superaverunt animalia capta, immolant, Cs.: quod superaret pecuniae: nihil ex raptis commeatibus superabat, L.: si de quincunce remota est Uncia, quid superat? H.: vitā, survive, Cs.: Quid puer Ascanius? superatne? V.: quid igitur superat, quod purgemus? L.—In war, to be victorious, overcome, subdue, conquer, vanquish: superavit postea Cinna cum Mario: maximas nationes, Cs.: exercitūs regios: navali praelio superati, Cs.: ferro incautum, V.: bello Asiam, N.— To extend beyond: clamor superat inde castra hostium, L.—Fig., to have the upper hand, be superior, excel, overcome, surpass: numero hostis, virtute Romanus superat, L.: superans animis, i. e. exulting, V.: hostes equitatu superare, N.: superat sententia Sabini, Cs.— To surpass, excel, exceed, outdo, outstrip, transcend: quaerit, quā se virtute Plancius superarit: doctrinā Graecia nos superabat: Phoebum canendo, V.: Duritiā ferrum, O.: cursu canem, H.: non dubitabam, quin hanc epistulam fama esset celeritate superatura, will outstrip. —To master, overcome, suppress, defeat, subdue, surmount: hanc (orationem) diligens scriptura superabit: necessitas quam ne dii quidem superant, to which not even the gods are superior, L.: superanda omnis fortuna ferendo est, V.
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    superare, superavi, superatus V
    overcome, conquer; survive; outdo; surpass, be above, have the upper hand

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  • 19 vincō

        vincō vīcī, vīctus, ere    [1 VIC-].—In war, to conquer, overcome, get the better of, defeat, subdue, vanquish, be victorious: ut qui vicissent, iis quos vicissent imperarent, Cs.: navalibus pugnis Carthaginiensīs.—To prevail, succeed, overcome, win: iudicio: Fabio vel indice vincam, H.: factum est; vincimur, T.: Vicit iter durum pietas, made easy, V.: virgam, to win, V.: vicit tamen in Senatu pars illa, quae, etc., S.: cum in senatu vicisset sententia, quae, etc., L.: Othonem vincas volo, to outbid. —To overcome, overwhelm, prevail over: (naves) neu turbine venti Vincantur, V.: flammam gurgitibus, extinguish, O.: Vincunt aequora navitae, master, H.: Victaque concessit prisca moneta novae, O.: Blanda quies furtim victis obrepsit ocellis, O.: ubi aëra vincere summum Arboris... potuere sagittae, i. e. surmount, V.: viscera flammā, i. e. to cook, V.—To outlast, survive: (Aesculus) Multa virum volvens durando saecula vincit, V.: vivendo vici mea fata, V.—Fig., to prevail, be superior, convince, refute, constrain, overcome: naturam studio, Cs.: vincit ipsa rerum p. natura saepe rationem: vinci a voluptate: peccavi, fateor, vincor, T.: victus patris precibus lacrimisque, L.: est qui vinci possit, H.: Victus amore pudor, O.: victus animi respe<*>t, V.: Ergo negatum vincor ut credam, am constrained, H.: verbis ea vincere, i. e. to express worthily, V.—To overmatch, surpass, exceed, excel: terrae magnitudinem: morum inmanitate beluas: mulierculam mollitiā, H.: Scribere, quod Cassi opuscula vincat, H.—To prove triumphantly, show conclusively, demonstrate: si doceo non ab Habito, vinco ab Oppianico, prove (the fact): vici unam rem... vici alteram, I have established one point: vince deinde, bonum virum fuisse Oppianicum: Vincet enim stultos ratio insanire nepotes, H.: Nec vincet ratio hoc, tantumdem ut peccet idemque Qui, etc., H.—To prevail, gain the point, carry the day: cui si esse in urbe tuto licebit, vicimus: Vicimus et meus est, O.: vincite, si ita voltis, have your way, Cs.: viceris, enjoy your victory, T.
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    vincere, vici, victus V
    conquer, defeat, excel; outlast; succeed

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  • 20 antecedo

    antecedere, antecessi, antecessus V
    precede, go before/ahead/in front of, attain before; excel, surpass, outstrip

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