To go further; to exceed or surpass; go beyond. (verb)
To overtake; to travel faster than. (verb)
To outdo; exceed; surpass. (verb)
The act or process of going out. (noun)
A quantity of a substance or thing that has flowed out; an outflow. (noun)
an expenditure, cost or outlay. (noun)
Examples of word outgo
Then let from his breast, for he burst with rage, the Weder-Geat prince a word outgo; stormed the stark-heart; stern went ringing and clear his cry 'neath the cliff-rocks gray.
Then let from his breast, for he burst with rage, the Weder-Geat prince a word outgo; stormed the stark-heart; stern went ringing and clear his cry â€™neath the cliff-rocks gray.
Can't we just line-up the outgoing cabal of treasonous conspirators (if indeed the welfare dependant electorate chooses to 'outgo' them - by no means certain, imho) against the wall of the Citadel on the day of the Queen's Birthday Parade and have a contingent from the Brigade of Guards shoot the the whole feckin'lot of 'em, as the Band of The Royal Marines plays Colonel Bogey, followed by Beyond Dull Care as their rancid carcasses are removed in a City of Westminster shit-cart.
Isn't it ironic that the association must now adopt a budget to match income with outgo, just as the great state of Wisconsin must do, or go broke?
But, assuming the entire acquisition is funded by debt at a cost of about 7% Libor plus 1.9% percentage point, the total interest outgo works out to about A$126 million.