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out·class

 (out-klăs′)
tr.v. out·classed, out·class·ing, out·class·es
To surpass decisively, so as to appear of a higher class.

outclass

(ˌaʊtˈklɑːs)
vb (tr)
1. to surpass in class, quality, etc
2. to defeat easily

out•class

(ˌaʊtˈklæs, -ˈklɑs)

v.t.
to surpass in excellence; be superior to: She outclassed her teammates.
[1865–70]

outclass


Past participle: outclassed
Gerund: outclassing

Imperative
outclass
outclass
Present
I outclass
you outclass
he/she/it outclasses
we outclass
you outclass
they outclass
Preterite
I outclassed
you outclassed
he/she/it outclassed
we outclassed
you outclassed
they outclassed
Present Continuous
I am outclassing
you are outclassing
he/she/it is outclassing
we are outclassing
you are outclassing
they are outclassing
Present Perfect
I have outclassed
you have outclassed
he/she/it has outclassed
we have outclassed
you have outclassed
they have outclassed
Past Continuous
I was outclassing
you were outclassing
he/she/it was outclassing
we were outclassing
you were outclassing
they were outclassing
Past Perfect
I had outclassed
you had outclassed
he/she/it had outclassed
we had outclassed
you had outclassed
they had outclassed
Future
I will outclass
you will outclass
he/she/it will outclass
we will outclass
you will outclass
they will outclass
Future Perfect
I will have outclassed
you will have outclassed
he/she/it will have outclassed
we will have outclassed
you will have outclassed
they will have outclassed
Future Continuous
I will be outclassing
you will be outclassing
he/she/it will be outclassing
we will be outclassing
you will be outclassing
they will be outclassing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outclassing
you have been outclassing
he/she/it has been outclassing
we have been outclassing
you have been outclassing
they have been outclassing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outclassing
you will have been outclassing
he/she/it will have been outclassing
we will have been outclassing
you will have been outclassing
they will have been outclassing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outclassing
you had been outclassing
he/she/it had been outclassing
we had been outclassing
you had been outclassing
they had been outclassing
Conditional
I would outclass
you would outclass
he/she/it would outclass
we would outclass
you would outclass
they would outclass
Past Conditional
I would have outclassed
you would have outclassed
he/she/it would have outclassed
we would have outclassed
you would have outclassed
they would have outclassed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.outclass - cause to appear in a lower class; "The Yankees outclassed Cincinnati"
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
subordinate - rank or order as less important or consider of less value; "Art is sometimes subordinated to Science in these schools"

outclass

verb surpass, top, beat, cap (informal), exceed, eclipse, overshadow, excel, transcend, outstrip, outdo, outshine, leave standing (informal), tower above, go one better than (informal), be a cut above (informal), run rings around (informal), outdistance, outrank, put in the shade, leave or put in the shade This story outclasses anything written by his contemporaries.
Translations

outclass

[aʊtˈklɑːs] VTaventajar a, superar

outclass

[ˌaʊtˈklɑːs] vtsurclasser
to be outclassed → être surclassé

outclass

vtvoraus or überlegen sein (+dat), → in den Schatten stellen

outclass

[ˌaʊtˈklɑːs] vtsurclassare
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