verb (used with object), outstripped, outstripping.
to outdo; surpass; excel.
to outdo or pass in running or swift travel:
A car can outstrip the local train.
to get ahead of or leave behind in a race or in any course of competition.
a demand that outstrips the supply.
verb (transitive) -strips, -stripping, -stripped
to surpass in a sphere of activity, competition, etc
to be or grow greater than
to go faster than and leave behind
1570s, “to pass in running,” from out + Middle English strip “move quickly,” of unknown origin. Figurative sense of “to excel or surpass in anything” is from 1590s. Related: Outstripped; outstripping.
[out-strohk] /ˈaʊtˌstroʊk/ noun 1. a in an outward direction. 2. (in an engine) the during which the piston rod moves outward from the cylinder.
[strahyk] /straɪk/ verb (used with object), struck or (Obsolete) strook; struck or especially for 31–34, stricken or (Obsolete) strook; striking. 1. to deal a blow or stroke to (a person or thing), as with the fist, a weapon, or a hammer; hit. 2. to inflict, deliver, or deal (a blow, stroke, attack, etc.). 3. to […]
[out-suhng] /ˌaʊtˈsʌŋ/ verb 1. past participle of . [out-sing] /ˌaʊtˈsɪŋ/ verb (used with object), outsang, outsung, outsinging. 1. to better than. 2. to louder than.
[out-swair] /ˌaʊtˈswɛər/ verb (used with object), outswore or (Archaic) outsware; outsworn; outswearing. 1. to outdo in .