simple past tense of .
verb (used with object), outran, outrun, outrunning.
to faster or farther than.
to escape by or as if by :
They managed to outrun the police.
to exceed; excel; surpass.
verb (transitive) -runs, -running, -ran, -run
to run faster, farther, or better than
to escape from by or as if by running
to go beyond; exceed
mid-14c., “to run out,” from out (adv.) + run (v.). Sense of “to outstrip in running” is from 1520s; figurative use from 1650s. Related: Outran; outrunning.
[out-rang] /ˌaʊtˈræŋ/ verb 1. simple past tense of . [out-ring] /ˌaʊtˈrɪŋ/ verb (used with object), outrang, outrung, outringing. 1. to outdo in ; louder than. verb (used without object), outrang, outrung, outringing. 2. to : church bells outringing over the countryside.
[out-ri-leef] /ˈaʊt rɪˌlif/ noun, British. 1. public relief administered to people residing in a poorhouse or similar institution. noun 1. (English history) money given to poor people not living in a workhouse Also called outdoor relief
[rig] /rɪg/ verb (used with object), rigged, rigging. 1. Chiefly Nautical. 2. to furnish or provide with equipment, clothing, etc.; fit (usually followed by out or up). 3. to assemble, install, or prepare (often followed by up). 4. to manipulate fraudulently: to rig prices. noun 5. the arrangement of the masts, spars, sails, etc., on […]
[out-ruhn-er] /ˈaʊtˌrʌn ər/ noun 1. a person or thing that runs ahead or outside. 2. an attendant who runs before or beside a carriage. 3. the leader of a team of dogs. 4. a forerunner. /ˈaʊtˌrʌnə/ noun 1. an attendant who runs in front of a carriage, etc 2. the leading dog in a sled […]