outsell


out·sell

transitive verb \-ˈsel\

: to be sold more than (something)

: to sell more than (another person, store, etc.)

out·sold\-ˈsōld\out·sell·ing

Full Definition of OUTSELL

1
archaic :  to exceed in value
2
:  to exceed in number of items sold
3
:  to surpass in selling or salesmanship

Examples of OUTSELL

  1. Diet sodas are now beginning to outsell regular sodas in the supermarkets.
  2. We've been outselling our competitors for the past five years.

First Known Use of OUTSELL

1609

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