Definition of outsmart in English:

outsmart

Syllabification: out·smart
Pronunciation: /ˌoutˈsmärt
 
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verb

[with object] informal
Defeat or get the better of (someone) by being clever or cunning: content with the illusion that they can outsmart the market
More example sentences
  • He is a clever man of supernatural powers who uses tricks to outsmart his opponents.
  • The Chinese are outsmarting us in every possible way in our trade relationship.
  • We got outsmarted by a clown at a Perkins in New Brighton.
Synonyms
informal outfox, pull a fast one on, put one over on

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