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out-think

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Pronunciation: /aʊtˈθɪŋk
 
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Definition of out-think in English:

verb

[with object]
Outdo in thinking; outwit: machines that can out-think humans
More example sentences
  • The holders produced a woeful performance, being completely out-hurled, out-paced and out-thought by a far more committed Westmeath side.
  • But his young Terriers, with an average age of just 21, were generally out-thought and out-manoeuvred by their hosts, whose starting line-up worked out man for man seven years older.
  • This side is being out-thought and out-fought by virtually every team in the division with passionless and pedestrian performances.

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