simple past tense of .
noun, plural outgoes.
the act or process of out:
Her illness occasioned a tremendous outgo of affectionate concern.
money paid out; expenditure:
a record of income and outgo.
something that out; outflow:
The outgo of electrical energy had to be increased.
verb (used with object), outwent, outgone, outgoing.
to beyond; outdistance:
to outgo the minimum rquirements.
to surpass, excel, or outdo:
Each child was encouraged to outgo the others.
Archaic. to go faster than; excel in speed.
verb (ˌaʊtˈɡəʊ) -goes, -going, -went, -gone
(transitive) to exceed or outstrip
cost; outgoings; outlay
something that goes out; outflow
[wahyl] /waɪl/ noun 1. a trick, artifice, or stratagem meant to fool, trap, or entice; device. 2. wiles, artful or beguiling behavior. 3. deceitful cunning; trickery. verb (used with object), wiled, wiling. 4. to beguile, entice, or lure (usually followed by away, from, into, etc.): The music wiled him from his study. Verb phrases 5. […]
[out-wit] /ˌaʊtˈwɪt/ verb (used with object), outwitted, outwitting. 1. to get the better of by superior ingenuity or cleverness; outsmart: to outwit a dangerous opponent. 2. Archaic. to surpass in wisdom or knowledge. /ˌaʊtˈwɪt/ verb (transitive) -wits, -witting, -witted 1. to get the better of by cunning or ingenuity 2. (archaic) to be of greater […]
/ˌaʊtˈwɪθ/ preposition 1. (mainly Scot) outside; beyond
- Out with it
Say it, as in Tell us what you really think—out with it! Used as an imperative, this idiom uses out in the sense of “public.”