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out·man

 (out-măn′)
tr.v. out·manned, out·man·ning, out·mans
1. To exceed in manpower; outnumber: The country's army was outmanned and outgunned.
2. To get the better of; overwhelm or defeat: Our team was outmanned six to one.

outman

(ˌaʊtˈmæn)
vb (tr) , -mans, -manning or -manned
1. to surpass in manpower
2. to surpass in manliness

out•man

(ˌaʊtˈmæn)

v.t. -manned, -man•ning.
to surpass in manpower.
[1685–95]

outman


Past participle: outmanned
Gerund: outmanning

Imperative
outman
outman
Present
I outman
you outman
he/she/it outmans
we outman
you outman
they outman
Preterite
I outmanned
you outmanned
he/she/it outmanned
we outmanned
you outmanned
they outmanned
Present Continuous
I am outmanning
you are outmanning
he/she/it is outmanning
we are outmanning
you are outmanning
they are outmanning
Present Perfect
I have outmanned
you have outmanned
he/she/it has outmanned
we have outmanned
you have outmanned
they have outmanned
Past Continuous
I was outmanning
you were outmanning
he/she/it was outmanning
we were outmanning
you were outmanning
they were outmanning
Past Perfect
I had outmanned
you had outmanned
he/she/it had outmanned
we had outmanned
you had outmanned
they had outmanned
Future
I will outman
you will outman
he/she/it will outman
we will outman
you will outman
they will outman
Future Perfect
I will have outmanned
you will have outmanned
he/she/it will have outmanned
we will have outmanned
you will have outmanned
they will have outmanned
Future Continuous
I will be outmanning
you will be outmanning
he/she/it will be outmanning
we will be outmanning
you will be outmanning
they will be outmanning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outmanning
you have been outmanning
he/she/it has been outmanning
we have been outmanning
you have been outmanning
they have been outmanning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outmanning
you will have been outmanning
he/she/it will have been outmanning
we will have been outmanning
you will have been outmanning
they will have been outmanning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outmanning
you had been outmanning
he/she/it had been outmanning
we had been outmanning
you had been outmanning
they had been outmanning
Conditional
I would outman
you would outman
he/she/it would outman
we would outman
you would outman
they would outman
Past Conditional
I would have outmanned
you would have outmanned
he/she/it would have outmanned
we would have outmanned
you would have outmanned
they would have outmanned
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