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Quantifiable LimitsPlay
Use 'exceed' for measurable amounts, like speed, time, or quantity. SlideThe number of attendees exceeded the capacity of the hall.
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Negative ConsequencesPlay
Often indicates going beyond a limit with potential risks or penalties. SlideIf you exceed the recommended dosage, there could be harmful side effects.
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Comparative ContextPlay
Generally used when comparing against a standard or record. SlideShe exceeded her previous sales record by 20% this quarter.