[out-stan-ding] /ˌaʊtˈstæn dɪŋ/
prominent; conspicuous; striking:
an outstanding example of courage.
marked by superiority or distinction; excellent; distinguished:
an outstanding student.
continuing in existence; remaining unsettled, unpaid, etc.:
(of securities and the like) publicly issued and sold or in circulation.
standing out; projecting:
a stiff, outstanding fabric.
Archaic. that resists or opposes.
superior; excellent; distinguished
prominent, remarkable, or striking
still in existence; unsettled, unpaid, or unresolved
(of shares, bonds, etc) issued and sold
projecting or jutting upwards or outwards
1610s, “projecting, prominent, detached,” present participle adjective from outstand (v.) “endure successfully, hold out against,” from out (adv.) + stand (v.). Figurative sense of “conspicuous, striking” is first recorded 1830. Meaning “unpaid, unsettled” is from 1797. Related: Outstandingly.
[out-stair] /ˌaʊtˈstɛər/ verb (used with object), outstared, outstaring. 1. to outdo in ; down. 2. to cause (someone) discomfort or embarrassment.
[out-stey-shuh n] /ˈaʊtˌsteɪ ʃən/ noun 1. a post, , or settlement in a remote or outlying area. /ˈaʊtˌsteɪʃən/ noun 1. a station or post in a remote region 2. in a radio network, any station other than the base station 3. (Austral) a station set up independently of the head station of a large sheep […]
[out-stey] /ˌaʊtˈsteɪ/ verb (used with object) 1. to longer than. 2. to beyond the time or duration of; overstay: to outstay one’s welcome. /ˌaʊtˈsteɪ/ verb (transitive) 1. to stay longer than 2. to stay beyond (a limit) 3. outstay one’s welcome, See overstay (sense 4) v. c.1600, from out (adv.) + stay (v.).
[sting] /stɪŋ/ verb (used with object), stung or (Obsolete) stang; stung; stinging. 1. to prick or wound with a sharp-pointed, often venom-bearing organ. 2. to affect painfully or irritatingly as a result of contact, as certain plants do: to be stung by nettles. 3. to cause to smart or to cause a sharp pain: The […]