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Outfight   Listen
verb
outfight  v. t.  (past & past part. outfought; pres. part. outfighting)  
1.
To exceed in fighting; fight more competently; as, He outfought his challengers; the boxer outfought his opponent for eight rounds but lost the bout in the ninth on a knockout.
2.
To defeat in a battle; as, The French forces outfought the Germans.
Synonyms: get the better of.






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