Pronunciation of Sur-Passes
/sˈɜːpˈasɪz/, /sˈɜːpˈasɪz/, /s_ˈɜː_p_ˈa_s_ɪ_z/
Antonyms for sur-passes
fasten, obstruct, start, underwhelm, fail, secret, damage, reduce, forget, help, agree, cease, lay out, hurt, attach, clear, stabilize, give in, surrender, join, lower, disregard, lose, introduce, decrease, praise, forfeit, evacuate, be inferior, halt, ignore, stop, cause, deteriorate, corrupt, impede, stay, brighten, worsen, keep quiet, mend, fix, hinder, build, lighten, hide, put together, begin, check, get worse, impair, fall, fall behind, explain, decline, uphold, descend, receive, follow, secure, injure, yield, retreat, aid, wait, strengthen, allow, obey, ruin, relent, drop, block, give up, harm.
Synonyms for sur-passes
blank, blast, bulldoze, clobber, conquer, cream, deck, drub, flax, floor, ko, lambaste, lick, master, outclass, outdo, overcome, prevail, put away, shut down, surpass, take down, tan, thrash, total, trash, triumph, trounce, wallop, waste, wax, whip, whomp, whop, wipe, wipe out, zap, knock off, get the better of, beat up, shoot down, take care of, triumph over, let have it, wipe the floor with.
get ahead (verb)
outplay, outhussle, win the race.
put to shame (verb)
beat, best, better, cap, eclipse, exceed, excel, outdistance, outgo, outmatch, outpace, outrank, outrival, outrun, outshine, outstrip, outweigh, override, overshadow, overstep, pass, rank, surmount, top, tower, transcend, trump, Outstep, outperform, go beyond, tower above, improve upon, put to shame, go one better.