outcoach

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verb out·coach \ ˌau̇t-ˈkōch \

Definition of outcoach

transitive verb
:to defeat or outdo by superior coaching
  • In his heart, Spurrier believes he can outcoach the Bobby Bowdens of the world.
  • —Neil Amdur

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First Known Use of outcoach

1886


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