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out·play

 (out-plā′)
tr.v. out·played, out·play·ing, out·plays
To surpass (an opponent) in skill or technique or in scoring points.

outplay

(aʊtˈpleɪ)
vb (tr)
(General Sporting Terms) to perform better than one's opponent in a sport or game

out•play

(ˌaʊtˈpleɪ)

v.t.
to play better than.
[1640–50]

outplay


Past participle: outplayed
Gerund: outplaying

Imperative
outplay
outplay
Present
I outplay
you outplay
he/she/it outplays
we outplay
you outplay
they outplay
Preterite
I outplayed
you outplayed
he/she/it outplayed
we outplayed
you outplayed
they outplayed
Present Continuous
I am outplaying
you are outplaying
he/she/it is outplaying
we are outplaying
you are outplaying
they are outplaying
Present Perfect
I have outplayed
you have outplayed
he/she/it has outplayed
we have outplayed
you have outplayed
they have outplayed
Past Continuous
I was outplaying
you were outplaying
he/she/it was outplaying
we were outplaying
you were outplaying
they were outplaying
Past Perfect
I had outplayed
you had outplayed
he/she/it had outplayed
we had outplayed
you had outplayed
they had outplayed
Future
I will outplay
you will outplay
he/she/it will outplay
we will outplay
you will outplay
they will outplay
Future Perfect
I will have outplayed
you will have outplayed
he/she/it will have outplayed
we will have outplayed
you will have outplayed
they will have outplayed
Future Continuous
I will be outplaying
you will be outplaying
he/she/it will be outplaying
we will be outplaying
you will be outplaying
they will be outplaying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outplaying
you have been outplaying
he/she/it has been outplaying
we have been outplaying
you have been outplaying
they have been outplaying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outplaying
you will have been outplaying
he/she/it will have been outplaying
we will have been outplaying
you will have been outplaying
they will have been outplaying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outplaying
you had been outplaying
he/she/it had been outplaying
we had been outplaying
you had been outplaying
they had been outplaying
Conditional
I would outplay
you would outplay
he/she/it would outplay
we would outplay
you would outplay
they would outplay
Past Conditional
I would have outplayed
you would have outplayed
he/she/it would have outplayed
we would have outplayed
you would have outplayed
they would have outplayed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.outplay - excel or defeat in a game; "The Knicks outplayed the Lakers"
beat, beat out, vanquish, trounce, crush, shell - come out better in a competition, race, or conflict; "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"
Translations

outplay

[aʊtˈpleɪ] VTjugar mejor que
we were outplayed in every departmentellos resultaron ser mejores que nosotros en todos los aspectos del juego, nos dominaron por completo
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