outclass [out΄klas′]
to surpass in excellence by a wide margin

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  • outclass — index beat (defeat), surpass Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • outclass — (v.) 1870, to beat (a rival) so completely as to put him out of the same class, from OUT (Cf. out) + CLASS (Cf. class) (q.v.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • outclass — [v] surpass beat, best, better, cap, dominate, eclipse, exceed, excel, go beyond, go one better*, improve upon, outdistance, outdo, outhussle, outmatch, outpace, outperform, outplay, outrank, outrival, outrun, outshine, outstrip, pass, put to… …   New thesaurus

  • outclass — ► VERB ▪ be far superior to …   English terms dictionary

  • outclass — UK [ˌaʊtˈklɑːs] / US [aʊtˈklæs] verb [transitive, often passive] Word forms outclass : present tense I/you/we/they outclass he/she/it outclasses present participle outclassing past tense outclassed past participle outclassed to be much better… …   English dictionary

  • outclass — [[t]a͟ʊtklɑ͟ːs, klæ̱s[/t]] outclasses, outclassing, outclassed 1) VERB If you are outclassed by someone, they are a lot better than you are at a particular activity. [be V ed] Mason was outclassed by Lennox Lewis in his tragic last fight at… …   English dictionary

  • outclass — verb (transitive often passive) to be much better than someone at doing something, or to be much better than something else: The Pittsburgh Steelers were completely outclassed by their rivals. | There s never been a jet engine to outclass the… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • outclass — transitive verb Date: 1870 to excel or surpass so decisively as to be or appear to be of a higher class …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • outclass — /owt klas , klahs /, v.t. to surpass in excellence or quality, esp. by a wide margin; be superior: He far outclasses the other runners in the race. [1865 70; OUT + CLASS] * * * …   Universalium

  • outclass — verb to surpass something or somebody else, so as to appear to be in a higher class …   Wiktionary

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