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out·gen·er·al

 (out-jĕn′ər-əl)
tr.v. out·gen·er·aled, out·gen·er·al·ing, out·gen·er·als
To surpass (another, especially an opponent) in leadership.
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outgeneral

(ˌaʊtˈdʒɛnərəl)
vb, -als, -alling or -alled, -als, -aling or -aled
(Military) (tr) to surpass in generalship
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outgeneral


Past participle: outgeneralled
Gerund: outgeneralling

Imperative
outgeneral
outgeneral
Present
I outgeneral
you outgeneral
he/she/it outgenerals
we outgeneral
you outgeneral
they outgeneral
Preterite
I outgeneralled
you outgeneralled
he/she/it outgeneralled
we outgeneralled
you outgeneralled
they outgeneralled
Present Continuous
I am outgeneralling
you are outgeneralling
he/she/it is outgeneralling
we are outgeneralling
you are outgeneralling
they are outgeneralling
Present Perfect
I have outgeneralled
you have outgeneralled
he/she/it has outgeneralled
we have outgeneralled
you have outgeneralled
they have outgeneralled
Past Continuous
I was outgeneralling
you were outgeneralling
he/she/it was outgeneralling
we were outgeneralling
you were outgeneralling
they were outgeneralling
Past Perfect
I had outgeneralled
you had outgeneralled
he/she/it had outgeneralled
we had outgeneralled
you had outgeneralled
they had outgeneralled
Future
I will outgeneral
you will outgeneral
he/she/it will outgeneral
we will outgeneral
you will outgeneral
they will outgeneral
Future Perfect
I will have outgeneralled
you will have outgeneralled
he/she/it will have outgeneralled
we will have outgeneralled
you will have outgeneralled
they will have outgeneralled
Future Continuous
I will be outgeneralling
you will be outgeneralling
he/she/it will be outgeneralling
we will be outgeneralling
you will be outgeneralling
they will be outgeneralling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outgeneralling
you have been outgeneralling
he/she/it has been outgeneralling
we have been outgeneralling
you have been outgeneralling
they have been outgeneralling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outgeneralling
you will have been outgeneralling
he/she/it will have been outgeneralling
we will have been outgeneralling
you will have been outgeneralling
they will have been outgeneralling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outgeneralling
you had been outgeneralling
he/she/it had been outgeneralling
we had been outgeneralling
you had been outgeneralling
they had been outgeneralling
Conditional
I would outgeneral
you would outgeneral
he/she/it would outgeneral
we would outgeneral
you would outgeneral
they would outgeneral
Past Conditional
I would have outgeneralled
you would have outgeneralled
he/she/it would have outgeneralled
we would have outgeneralled
you would have outgeneralled
they would have outgeneralled
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.outgeneral - surpass in generalship
outmaneuver, outmanoeuvre, outsmart - defeat by more skillful maneuvering; "The English troops outmaneuvered the Germans"; "My new supervisor knows how to outmaneuver the boss in most situations"
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Translations

outgeneral

[aʊtˈdʒenərəl] VTsuperar en estrategia, superar en táctica
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