Definition of outdance in English:

outdance

Line breaks: out|dance
Pronunciation: /aʊtˈdɑːns
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Dance better than (someone else).
    More example sentences
    • He may be staring down 60 but he's determined to outdance the Reaper.
    • You take your ride into various cities, cruise the strip, and enter competitions in which you must literally outdance a rival car.
    • He outdanced 150 other male dancers to land a spot in the company.

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