outachieve

verb
out·achieve | \ˌau̇t-ə-ˈchēv \
outachieved; outachieving

Definition of outachieve 

transitive verb

: to achieve more than (someone) : to outdo or surpass in achievement … if he could not win in the role of more devoted son, he could certainly outachieve his brother.— Nicholas Fox Weber

First Known Use of outachieve

1960, in the meaning defined above

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