Exceedances



[ik-seed-ns] /ɪkˈsid ns/

noun
1.
the act or fact of something, especially a limit or standard:
penalties for exceedance of air quality standards.
2.
the amount by which something a limit or standard:
a 10 percent exceedance.

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