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outgun

verb out·gun \-ˈgən\

: to have more military weapons and power than (someone or something)

Full Definition of OUTGUN

transitive verb
:  to surpass in firepower; broadly :  outdo

Examples of OUTGUN

  1. <a marketing firm whose innovative ad campaigns have consistently outgunned its rivals'>

First Known Use of OUTGUN

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