Definition of outclass in English:

outclass

Line breaks: out|class
Pronunciation: /aʊtˈklɑːs
 
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verb

[with object]
Be far superior to: Villa totally outclassed us in the first half
More example sentences
  • They were totally outclassed and beaten off the field by a far superior and very good Australian team.
  • No other single sportsman is so obsessed with winning or so totally outclasses the rest of the competition.
  • It is difficult to explain what happened after that but a team that had not performed as a cohesive unit all season came together to totally outclass their visitors.
Synonyms
surpass, be superior to, be better than, outshine, overshadow, eclipse, outdo, outplay, outmanoeuvre, outdistance, outstrip, outrun, outpace, out-think, get the better of, dwarf, put in the shade, upstage, transcend; top, cap, trump, trounce, beat, defeat, better, put to shame, exceed, leave behind, outrank
informal be a cut above, be head and shoulders above, run rings round, leave standing, walk away from
US informal own
archaic outrival, outvie

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