standout

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noun, often attributive stand·out \ˈstand-ˌau̇t\

Definition of standout

  1. :  one that is prominent or conspicuous especially because of excellence

Examples of standout in a Sentence

  1. She is a standout among the available candidates.

  2. All the cameras we tested were good, but there was no real standout.

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1928

First Known Use of standout

1928


STANDOUT Defined for English Language Learners

standout

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Definition of standout for English Language Learners

  • : a person or thing that is better or more important than the others in a group



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