outcompete

out·com·pete

 (out′kəm-pēt′)
tr.v. out·com·pet·ed, out·com·pet·ing, out·com·petes
To prevail over or surpass (another) under competitive circumstances.

outcompete

(ˌaʊtkəmˈpiːt)
vb (tr)
to surpass in competition
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