outman(redirected from outmanning)
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.
vb (tr) , -mans, -manning or -manned
1. to surpass in manpower
2. to surpass in manliness
v.t. -manned, -man•ning.
to surpass in manpower.
Past participle: outmanned