Entry from British & World English dictionary
verb (past and past participle outspent)[with object]
Spend more than (someone else): Democrats will outspend Republicans from now to the elections
More example sentences
- It sounds like we were outspent in Washington, too.
- Friedman had outspent him by a factor of almost 5 to 1.
- It far outspent its rivals on weapons and used them more often.
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