outgo
[outgo]
NOUN
INDIAN
  1. the outlay of money.
    "the secret of success lies in the relation of income to outgo"
VERB
archaic
outgoes (third person present) · outwent (past tense) · outgoing (present participle) · outgone (past participle)
  1. go faster than.
    "he on horseback outgoes him on foot"
Words starting with outgo:
How to use outgo in a sentence?
the secret of success lies in the relation of income to outgo.
he on horseback outgoes him on foot.
How to say outgo in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Bosnian (Latin) izdatak
Bulgarian приход
Cantonese (Traditional) 支出
Catalan titulats
Chinese Simplified 支出
Chinese Traditional 支出
Croatian izdatak
Czech předčit
Danish (NOUN)udgående
Dutch uitgaaf
Estonian väljaminek
Greek υπαιρβαίνω
Hindi (NOUN)खर्च
Icelandic útí ferð
Indonesian ongkos
Japanese (NOUN)支出
Korean 유출
Latvian došanās
Lithuanian ištaka
Malay (Latin) perbelanjaan
Norwegian Bokmål utgående
Polish Wydatek
Romanian cheltuială
Russian расход
Serbian (Cyrillic) оутго
Slovak predčiť
Slovenian Preteći
Swedish uygifter
Tamil அக்கவுண்டன்ட்
Telugu ఈఎమ్ఐని
Thai ความทรงจ
Turkish boşalması
Ukrainian випереджати
Urdu غاۂب
Vietnamese ra ngoài
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