Examples of outgun in a Sentence
a marketing firm whose innovative ad campaigns have consistently outgunned its rivals'
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On the ARIA Albums Chart, The Greatest Showman outguns Justin Timberlake’s fifth solo studio album Man Of The Woods (RCA/Sony), which starts at No. 2.
Kyle Hicks, who rushed for 38 yards on 10 carries against the Sooners, will need to step up to support Hill if the Horned Frogs are going to have a chance to outgun the Sooners.
View 73 Photos The 5.3-liter Silverado equipped with the optional eight-speed proved sluggish in acceleration, but the 6.2-liter V-8 was a rocket, quick enough to outgun many a sporty passenger car.
Despite the threat, an unprompted direct attack is extremely unlikely because the United States vastly outguns Pyongyang, which values the continuation of its dictatorship above all else.
Uber plunged into China in 2013, and Mr. Kalanick spent billions of dollars to outgun the local incumbent Didi Chuxing — only to have to retreat last year, partly because of heavy losses.
This is Cupertino’s attempt to prove a tablet can replace and outgun your laptop.
India, which sees China's ambitions for a blue-water navy as a threat in the Indian Ocean, noted Wednesday that China's Type 055 already outguns Indian vessels that are still being built, the NDTV.com report said.
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Definition of outgun for English Language Learners
: to have more military weapons and power than (someone or something)
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