Definition of outmatch in English:

outmatch

Line breaks: out|match
Pronunciation: /aʊtˈmatʃ
 
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verb

[with object]
Be superior to (an opponent or rival): vast chambers were built which outmatched anything to be seen in Europe
More example sentences
  • His considerable strength and skill that would easily outmatch an opponent in normal situations now seemed dreadfully inadequate.
  • He has the ability to raise his game to outmatch his opponent, and is expected to pull off some interesting wins.
  • His rival's uncanny instinct outmatched his own methodical approach.

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