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ace to outdo or gain an advantage over (often fol. by "out"). [1/7 definitions]
beat the tar out of to outdo or best by a wide margin, as in an athletic contest. [1/2 definitions]
break to outdo. [1/26 definitions]
cap1 to outdo or surpass; better. [1/10 definitions]
excel to surpass or outdo. [1/2 definitions]
lick (informal) to outdo or defeat, as if in a fight. [1/11 definitions]
outgeneral to outdo or excel in commanding, managing, or functioning as a leader.
outgo to exceed or surpass; outdo. [1/4 definitions]
outmatch to surpass in strength, quality, or the like; outdo.
outride to surpass or outdo in riding. [1/2 definitions]
outtalk to outdo or surpass in length, frequency, volume, or effectiveness of talking.
outvote to defeat or outdo in voting.
overmatch to outperform or defeat; outdo. [1/2 definitions]
rival to attempt to outdo; compete with or against. [1/5 definitions]
take the cake to outdo all others, usually in acting in some undesirable way or having some negative quality.
trickery the use of tricks, esp. to deceive, outdo, or cheat. [1/2 definitions]
trump to surpass or outdo. [1/5 definitions]