Outdid



[out-doo] /ˌaʊtˈdu/

verb (used with object), outdid, outdone, outdoing.
1.
to surpass in execution or performance:
The cook outdid himself last night.
/ˌaʊtˈduː/
verb -does, -doing, -did, -done
1.
(transitive) to surpass or exceed in performance or execution

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