Overtake in a sentence as a verb

The people in front will always be in front, and there's no way to overtake them.

It'll never overtake server side rendering on the web.

I drink 88oz of coke every day...I also snack on chips a lot... ...by your logic, I should be about to overtake Gabe Newell.

No other resource has managed to overtake them for beginner friendliness.

You can easily answer questions like "when did Android overtake iOS in marketshare?

But the moment we allow geek nonsense like this to overtake the real arguments is the moment the world will stop taking it seriously.

As a bike commuter, I look at those areas marked in green as places where I can escape to if I get cut off, or where I can let a car overtake me.

First, when Android had lower market share, they made numerous claims and 'analysis' that said Android could never overtake iPhone.

I'm more likely to downvote a dismissive reply then I am to upvote every positive reply to overtake it.

Anyone who says things like this is clearly an iPhone junkie and not really paying attention to the larger picture, and the fact that web apps are quickly catching up to iPhone app experiences, and are quickly going to overtake them.

Overtake definitions


catch up with and possibly overtake; "The Rolls Royce caught us near the exit ramp"

See also: catch


travel past; "The sports car passed all the trucks"

See also: pass overhaul


overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli

See also: overwhelm overpower whelm overcome