[verb out-wurk; noun out-wurk] /verb ˌaʊtˈwɜrk; noun ˈaʊtˌwɜrk/
verb (used with object), outworked or outwrought, outworking.
to harder, better, or faster than.
to out or carry on to a conclusion; finish:
a problem to be outworked in after generations.
Archaic. to outdo in workmanship.
a minor defense built or established outside the principal fortification limits.
(often pl) defences which lie outside main defensive works
work performed away from the factory, office, etc, by which it has been commissioned
verb (transitive) (ˌaʊtˈwɜːk) -works, -working, -worked, -wrought
to work better, harder, etc, than
to work out to completion
[out-wawrn, -wohrn] /ˈaʊtˈwɔrn, -ˈwoʊrn/ adjective 1. out-of-date, outmoded, or obsolete: outworn ideas; outworn methods. 2. worn-out, as clothes. 3. exhausted in strength or endurance, as persons. verb 4. past participle of . [out-wair] /ˌaʊtˈwɛər/ verb (used with object), outwore, outworn, outwearing. 1. to or last longer than; outlast: a well-made product that outwears its competition. […]
[out-rahyt] /ˌaʊtˈraɪt/ verb (used with object), outwrote or (Archaic) outwrit; outwritten or (Archaic) outwrit; outwriting. 1. to more or better than.
[out-yeer] /ˈaʊtˌyɪər/ noun 1. the fiscal year after a year covered by a budget; any year beyond the budget year for which projections of spending are made.
[out-yeer] /ˈaʊtˌyɪər/ noun 1. the fiscal year after a year covered by a budget; any year beyond the budget year for which projections of spending are made. noun phrase One of the six or so years affected by a budget or an action in question; the year beyond a current fiscal year: will rise even […]