outjump

outjump

(ˌaʊtˈdʒʌmp)
vb (tr)
to jump higher than or farther than

outjump


Past participle: outjumped
Gerund: outjumping

Imperative
outjump
outjump
Present
I outjump
you outjump
he/she/it outjumps
we outjump
you outjump
they outjump
Preterite
I outjumped
you outjumped
he/she/it outjumped
we outjumped
you outjumped
they outjumped
Present Continuous
I am outjumping
you are outjumping
he/she/it is outjumping
we are outjumping
you are outjumping
they are outjumping
Present Perfect
I have outjumped
you have outjumped
he/she/it has outjumped
we have outjumped
you have outjumped
they have outjumped
Past Continuous
I was outjumping
you were outjumping
he/she/it was outjumping
we were outjumping
you were outjumping
they were outjumping
Past Perfect
I had outjumped
you had outjumped
he/she/it had outjumped
we had outjumped
you had outjumped
they had outjumped
Future
I will outjump
you will outjump
he/she/it will outjump
we will outjump
you will outjump
they will outjump
Future Perfect
I will have outjumped
you will have outjumped
he/she/it will have outjumped
we will have outjumped
you will have outjumped
they will have outjumped
Future Continuous
I will be outjumping
you will be outjumping
he/she/it will be outjumping
we will be outjumping
you will be outjumping
they will be outjumping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outjumping
you have been outjumping
he/she/it has been outjumping
we have been outjumping
you have been outjumping
they have been outjumping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outjumping
you will have been outjumping
he/she/it will have been outjumping
we will have been outjumping
you will have been outjumping
they will have been outjumping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outjumping
you had been outjumping
he/she/it had been outjumping
we had been outjumping
you had been outjumping
they had been outjumping
Conditional
I would outjump
you would outjump
he/she/it would outjump
we would outjump
you would outjump
they would outjump
Past Conditional
I would have outjumped
you would have outjumped
he/she/it would have outjumped
we would have outjumped
you would have outjumped
they would have outjumped
References in periodicals archive ?
Coneygree won the Newbury race in which Saphir Du Rheu unseated Sam Twiston-Davies, and trainer Mark Bradstock's wife and assistant Sara commented: "Let's hope we can outjump him again
Too often he finds himself in the middle of the penalty area trying to outjump defenders, rather than coming at crosses from beyond the far post, attacking those deliveries.
HIGH FLIER: Mohawks star Acho Anyigbo attacking the basket, showing the style which let him outjump taller rivals
98m in June and is 3-4 favourite to outjump the Brit.
If, say, a boy is fast, strong, and agile, he may do quite a few things wrong and still outjump the athlete who has perfect technique, but is slower and weaker.
He was not the tallest of centre forwards, but he could outjump bigger defenders with an incredible spring-heeled leap and they never knew which way he was going to turn.
The first goal was also a wonder goal - you wonder how Peter Shilton couldn't outjump an Argentine midget.
As the race itself became serious, the pattern became the same; Arkle would outjump Mill House at every fence, gaining two lengths in the process.
Not to be denied Quinn looked to have scored the vital goal after 67 minutes when he rose at the far post to outjump Bedington and had Jake Sedgemore's deep cen-tre past Duke to give Vics the lead.
I would like to think I would outjump most of the boys in there.
I managed to outjump Kenny Deuchar who is about a foot taller than me.
We have a tendency to just look for the ball and try to outjump people instead of boxing them out,'' said UCLA forward Jason Kapono, whose 13 points tied a season low.