Definition of outvote in English:

outvote

Syllabification: out·vote
Pronunciation: /ˌoutˈvōt
 
/

verb

[with object]
Defeat by tallying a greater number of votes.
More example sentences
  • It seems unlikely that simply being outvoted would deflect them from their path.
  • You only have to outvote, outspend or outshout them.
  • The use of qualified majority voting in the Council was an obvious constraint: any individual government might be outvoted.

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