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out·num·ber

 (out-nŭm′bər)
tr.v. out·num·bered, out·num·ber·ing, out·num·bers
To exceed the number of; be more numerous than.

outnumber

(ˌaʊtˈnʌmbə)
vb
(tr) to exceed in number

out•num•ber

(ˌaʊtˈnʌm bər)

v.t.
to exceed in number.
[1660–70]

outnumber


Past participle: outnumbered
Gerund: outnumbering

Imperative
outnumber
outnumber
Present
I outnumber
you outnumber
he/she/it outnumbers
we outnumber
you outnumber
they outnumber
Preterite
I outnumbered
you outnumbered
he/she/it outnumbered
we outnumbered
you outnumbered
they outnumbered
Present Continuous
I am outnumbering
you are outnumbering
he/she/it is outnumbering
we are outnumbering
you are outnumbering
they are outnumbering
Present Perfect
I have outnumbered
you have outnumbered
he/she/it has outnumbered
we have outnumbered
you have outnumbered
they have outnumbered
Past Continuous
I was outnumbering
you were outnumbering
he/she/it was outnumbering
we were outnumbering
you were outnumbering
they were outnumbering
Past Perfect
I had outnumbered
you had outnumbered
he/she/it had outnumbered
we had outnumbered
you had outnumbered
they had outnumbered
Future
I will outnumber
you will outnumber
he/she/it will outnumber
we will outnumber
you will outnumber
they will outnumber
Future Perfect
I will have outnumbered
you will have outnumbered
he/she/it will have outnumbered
we will have outnumbered
you will have outnumbered
they will have outnumbered
Future Continuous
I will be outnumbering
you will be outnumbering
he/she/it will be outnumbering
we will be outnumbering
you will be outnumbering
they will be outnumbering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outnumbering
you have been outnumbering
he/she/it has been outnumbering
we have been outnumbering
you have been outnumbering
they have been outnumbering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outnumbering
you will have been outnumbering
he/she/it will have been outnumbering
we will have been outnumbering
you will have been outnumbering
they will have been outnumbering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outnumbering
you had been outnumbering
he/she/it had been outnumbering
we had been outnumbering
you had been outnumbering
they had been outnumbering
Conditional
I would outnumber
you would outnumber
he/she/it would outnumber
we would outnumber
you would outnumber
they would outnumber
Past Conditional
I would have outnumbered
you would have outnumbered
he/she/it would have outnumbered
we would have outnumbered
you would have outnumbered
they would have outnumbered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.outnumber - be larger in number
number, total, amount, add up, come - add up in number or quantity; "The bills amounted to $2,000"; "The bill came to $2,000"
Translations
يَفوق عَدَداً
létszámban felülmúl
vera fleiri aî tölu en
pralenkti skaičiumi
pārspēt skaita ziņā
prevyšovať počtom
sayıca üstün olmak

outnumber

[aʊtˈnʌmbəʳ] VTexceder en número, ser más numeroso que
the actors outnumbered the audiencehabía más actores que público
we were outnumbered ten to oneellos eran diez veces más que nosotros

outnumber

[ˌaʊtˈnʌmbər] vtsurpasser en nombre
a town where men outnumber women four to one → une villeil y a quatre hommes pour une femme, une villeil y a quatre fois plus d'hommes que de femmes
They outnumbered us five to one
BUT Ils étaient cinq fois plus nombreux que nous.
to be outnumbered → être surpassé(e) en nombreout-of-body experience nexpérience f de sortie du corpsout of bounds out-of-bounds [ˌaʊtəvˈbaʊndz] adj
[place] → interdit(e)
(US) (GOLF) [ball] → hors limiteout of court adv
to settle out of court → trouver un accord hors tribunal
to settle sth out of court → régler qch hors tribunal out-of-court settlementout-of-court settlement ntransaction f à l'amiableout-of-date [ˌaʊtəvˈdeɪt] adj
[theory, idea] → dépassé(e)
[technology, equipment] → dépassé(e)
[passport, ticket] → périmé(e)
[clothes] → démodé(e)
[food] → périmé(e)out of date adj
to be out of date [theory, idea] → être dépassé; [technology, equipment] → être dépassé; [food] → être périmé
to go out of date [idea, technology] → être dépasséout-of-focus [ˌaʊtəvˈfəʊkəs] adj [photograph] → flou(e)out-of-pocket expenses [ˌaʊtəvpɒkɪtɪkˈspɛnsɪz] nplfrais mpl
I charge twenty dollars an hour plus out-of-pocket expenses → Je prends vingt dollars de l'heure plus les frais.out of stock adj [article] → épuisé(e)out of the ordinary adjqui sort de l'ordinaire
something out of the ordinary → quelque chose qui sort de l'ordinaire
I'd like to bring her something a little out of the ordinary → J'aimerais lui rapporter quelque chose qui sorte un peu de l'ordinaire.out-of-the-way [ˌaʊtəvðəˈweɪ] adj [place] → insoliteout-of-this-world [ˌaʊtəvðɪsˈwɜːrld] adjfantastique out of touch adj
to be out of touch → ne pas être dans le coup
If they really believe this then they must be completely out of touch → S'ils pensent vraiment cela c'est qu'ils ne sont pas du tout dans le coup.
to be out of touch with events → ne pas être en phase avec les événements
to be out of touch with public opinion → ne pas être en phase avec l'opinion publique
(= not in contact with) to be out of touch with sb → avoir perdu le contact avec qnout-of-town [ˌaʊtəvˈtaʊn] adj [shop, facility] → hors zone urbaine
[person] → de passageout of work out-of-work [ˌaʊtəvˈwɜːrk] adj (= unemployed) → sans emploi
to be out of work → être sans emploi

outnumber

vtin der Mehrzahl sein gegenüber; (in fight etc also) → zahlenmäßig überlegen sein (+dat); we were outnumbered (by them)wir waren (ihnen gegenüber) in der Minderzahl or Minderheit, wir waren (ihnen) zahlenmäßig unterlegen; we were outnumbered five to onesie waren fünfmal so viele wie wir, wir waren (ihnen) zahlenmäßig fünffach unterlegen

outnumber

[ˌaʊtˈnʌmbəʳ] vtsuperare numericamente

outnumber

(autˈnambə) verb
to be more (in number) than. The boys in the class outnumber the girls.

outnumber

v. exceder en número.
References in classic literature ?
Half the blacks ran away like rabbits; the remainder, greatly outnumbering Trent and his party, stood firm.
For all I can tell to the contrary, the main body of the Germans, outnumbering us ten to one, may be nearer this cottage than the main body of the French.
Looking about him while in this state of suspense, Charles Darnay observed that the gate was held by a mixed guard of soldiers and patriots, the latter far outnumbering the former; and that while ingress into the city for peasants' carts bringing in supplies, and for similar traffic and traffickers, was easy enough, egress, even for the homeliest people, was very difficult.
Leaders of the House of Representatives have kept mum about moves by senators to prevent the two chambers from convening jointly into a constituent Assembly amid a difference of opinion and fears of one outnumbering the other.
However, the urgent issue that must be address is the outnumbering threshold of voters in the sixth electoral district which is a breach of law.
Main attention will be paid to specific constitutional feature called prohibition of outnumbering, whose main objective was supposed to be to facilitate the coexistence of Czechs and Slovaks in one state.
4 million in 2046 - outnumbering newborns to 14-year-olds old people than young.
Washington, Jan 13( ANI ): At least 40 percent of Americans consider themselves conservative, comprising the largest segment of political views in the country and outnumbering liberals nearly two-to-one, a new poll has found.
Bulgaria was reported to have one of the largest differences in the world, alongside Belarus and the Republic of Korea, between the proportion of older persons in rural and urban areas, with elderly rural dwellers outnumbering urban by 15-18%.
The Arabs boss is relishing the prospect of the home fans vastly outnumbering the paltry travelling support who're staying away in protest at not being allowed free entry for the rescheduled clash.
Despite women employees now outnumbering men in three of the region's 14 local authority areas, in Warwickshire only 47.
Dawn Butler, the union's national organiser, said despite women outnumbering men their pay was up to 25% lower.