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outwit
American English: /ˌaʊtˈwɪt/
British English: /aʊtˈwɪt/

Translation of outwit in Spanish:

transitive verb -tt-

  • they had been outwitted by their enemies
    sus enemigos los habían burlado
    sus enemigos habían sido más listos que ellos
    Example sentences
    • In recent months, Slavkov has outwitted his opponents.
    • Gent can snap back at his opponents but would rather outwit them.
    • But keep to the model of The Doctor using his mind to outwit his opponents.

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