Definition of outjump in English:

outjump

Line breaks: out|jump
Pronunciation: /aʊtˈdʒʌmp
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Jump higher or further than (a competitor in a sporting event): Sue outjumped everyone at the track
    More example sentences
    • Too many players stand straight up, watch the ball, and hope to outjump everyone.
    • The Italian's only mistake was in being outjumped by Thompson for the opening goal.
    • Meanwhile, though, they had been pressing up on the Aberdeen defence with the slight Spaniard giving them a fright when he outjumped them in the seventh minute.

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