outrank


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out·rank

 (out-răngk′)
tr.v. out·ranked, out·rank·ing, out·ranks
To rank higher than.

outrank

(ˌaʊtˈræŋk)
vb (tr)
1. to be of higher rank than
2. to take priority over

out•rank

(ˌaʊtˈræŋk)

v.t.
to have a higher rank than.
[1835–45, Amer.]

outrank


Past participle: outranked
Gerund: outranking

Imperative
outrank
outrank
Present
I outrank
you outrank
he/she/it outranks
we outrank
you outrank
they outrank
Preterite
I outranked
you outranked
he/she/it outranked
we outranked
you outranked
they outranked
Present Continuous
I am outranking
you are outranking
he/she/it is outranking
we are outranking
you are outranking
they are outranking
Present Perfect
I have outranked
you have outranked
he/she/it has outranked
we have outranked
you have outranked
they have outranked
Past Continuous
I was outranking
you were outranking
he/she/it was outranking
we were outranking
you were outranking
they were outranking
Past Perfect
I had outranked
you had outranked
he/she/it had outranked
we had outranked
you had outranked
they had outranked
Future
I will outrank
you will outrank
he/she/it will outrank
we will outrank
you will outrank
they will outrank
Future Perfect
I will have outranked
you will have outranked
he/she/it will have outranked
we will have outranked
you will have outranked
they will have outranked
Future Continuous
I will be outranking
you will be outranking
he/she/it will be outranking
we will be outranking
you will be outranking
they will be outranking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outranking
you have been outranking
he/she/it has been outranking
we have been outranking
you have been outranking
they have been outranking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outranking
you will have been outranking
he/she/it will have been outranking
we will have been outranking
you will have been outranking
they will have been outranking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outranking
you had been outranking
he/she/it had been outranking
we had been outranking
you had been outranking
they had been outranking
Conditional
I would outrank
you would outrank
he/she/it would outrank
we would outrank
you would outrank
they would outrank
Past Conditional
I would have outranked
you would have outranked
he/she/it would have outranked
we would have outranked
you would have outranked
they would have outranked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.outrank - take precedence or surpass others in rank
excel, surpass, stand out - distinguish oneself; "She excelled in math"
Translations

outrank

[aʊtˈræŋk] VTser de rango superior a
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