outpass

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verb out·pass \ ˌau̇t-ˈpas \

Definition of outpass

transitive verb
1 sports :to outdo in passing :to pass more than or more effectively than
  • He outpassed Manning by more than 100 yards …
  • —Jacob Klinger
  • Brazil had 66 percent possession, outshot Peru by 14-4, had 10 corner kicks to Peruʼs two and outpassed Peru by 593-320.
  • —Victor Mather
2 :to go beyond :exceed, surpass
  • In dollar terms, however, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" looks like a winner, outpassing average ticket returns in France …
  • —Elsa Keslassy

First Known Use of outpass

circa 1513


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