Definition of outspend
1 : to exceed the limits of in spending outspends his income
2 : to spend more than outspent the other candidates
Examples of outspend in a Sentence
He has outspent the other candidates in the election by millions of dollars.
Recent Examples of outspend from the Web
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported last month that the congressional race between Handel and Ossoff was the most expensive U.S. House race in the nation’s history, with Democrats outspending Republicans.
Those results may be different now after both Democrats aired a barrage of ads across the state, with Northam outspending Perriello.
And Republicans have been able to outspend Ossoff’s forces thanks to a flood of money from outside groups like super PACs.
In what the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported has been the most expensive House race in the U.S., Democrats have managed to outspend Republicans.
Meanwhile, the Republican super PAC Congressional Leadership Fund pumped millions of dollars into the Montana race, easily outspending the left.
The Billings Gazette notes how much Republicans are outspending Democrats in the race.
Sony has been heavily outspending competitors to win marquee talent in recent years, winning a bidding war that sources characterized as particularly competitive in its deal to sign Harry Styles, for example.
Shale drillers are outspending the world with $84 billion spree.
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OUTSPEND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outspend for English Language Learners
: to spend more money than (someone or something)
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