: to have a better rating thanIt also was the first NBC scripted show to outrate a lead-in from "The Voice."— Toni Fitzgerald
Examples of outrate in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebIn the run-up to Thursday night, the Biden campaign embraced the popular ratings narrative and predicted that Trump would outrate Biden.
Brian Stelter, CNN, 16 Oct. 2020
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