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outgross

Syllabification: out·gross
Pronunciation: /ˌoutˈɡrōs
 
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Definition of outgross in English:

verb

[with object]
Surpass in gross income or profit: the film has outgrossed all other movie comedies
More example sentences
  • By 1975, it was the biggest indie film distributor in Australia outgrossing every major Hollywood Studio on the continent.
  • The film featuring these two apparently unkillable ghosts started out as America's No. 1 box office hit, outgrossing every other movie during its first week of national release.
  • It will be outgrossing his biggest movie by Wednesday.

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