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out·point

 (out-point′)
tr.v. out·point·ed, out·point·ing, out·points
1. Nautical To sail closer to the wind than (another vessel).
2. Sports To surpass (an opponent, especially a boxer) in the number of points won.
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outpoint

(ˌaʊtˈpɔɪnt)
vb (tr)
1. to score more points than
2. (Nautical Terms) nautical to sail closer to the wind (point higher) than (another sailing vessel)
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out•point

(ˌaʊtˈpɔɪnt)

v.t.
1. to excel in number of points, as in a competition or contest.
2. to sail closer to the wind than (another ship).
[1585–95]
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outpoint


Past participle: outpointed
Gerund: outpointing

Imperative
outpoint
outpoint
Present
I outpoint
you outpoint
he/she/it outpoints
we outpoint
you outpoint
they outpoint
Preterite
I outpointed
you outpointed
he/she/it outpointed
we outpointed
you outpointed
they outpointed
Present Continuous
I am outpointing
you are outpointing
he/she/it is outpointing
we are outpointing
you are outpointing
they are outpointing
Present Perfect
I have outpointed
you have outpointed
he/she/it has outpointed
we have outpointed
you have outpointed
they have outpointed
Past Continuous
I was outpointing
you were outpointing
he/she/it was outpointing
we were outpointing
you were outpointing
they were outpointing
Past Perfect
I had outpointed
you had outpointed
he/she/it had outpointed
we had outpointed
you had outpointed
they had outpointed
Future
I will outpoint
you will outpoint
he/she/it will outpoint
we will outpoint
you will outpoint
they will outpoint
Future Perfect
I will have outpointed
you will have outpointed
he/she/it will have outpointed
we will have outpointed
you will have outpointed
they will have outpointed
Future Continuous
I will be outpointing
you will be outpointing
he/she/it will be outpointing
we will be outpointing
you will be outpointing
they will be outpointing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outpointing
you have been outpointing
he/she/it has been outpointing
we have been outpointing
you have been outpointing
they have been outpointing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outpointing
you will have been outpointing
he/she/it will have been outpointing
we will have been outpointing
you will have been outpointing
they will have been outpointing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outpointing
you had been outpointing
he/she/it had been outpointing
we had been outpointing
you had been outpointing
they had been outpointing
Conditional
I would outpoint
you would outpoint
he/she/it would outpoint
we would outpoint
you would outpoint
they would outpoint
Past Conditional
I would have outpointed
you would have outpointed
he/she/it would have outpointed
we would have outpointed
you would have outpointed
they would have outpointed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.outpoint - sail closer to the wind than
navigation, pilotage, piloting - the guidance of ships or airplanes from place to place
sail - travel on water propelled by wind; "I love sailing, especially on the open sea"; "the ship sails on"
2.outpoint - score more points than one's opponents
beat, beat out, vanquish, trounce, crush, shell - come out better in a competition, race, or conflict; "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"
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Translations

outpoint

[ˌaʊtˈpɔɪnt] VT (Boxing) → ganar por puntos a
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References in classic literature ?
By fully half a point it outpointed the Reindeer, and I began to feel respect for the clumsy craft.
Bowes, the current Commonwealth champion, outpointed Davies Jr's former gym-mate Tom Farrell on the same card at the M&S Bank Arena four months ago and he is expected to face him before the end of November after the fight was ordered in the latest round of British Boxing Board of Control notices.
He was outpointed over four by Merseyside middleweight Jack McGann, who is now unbeaten in four.
Eubank Jr was comprehensively outpointed on Saturday night as he lost the World Boxing Super Series semi-final in Manchester.
At his battling best, Terry - outpointed by Chris Eubank Jnr in 2012 - weighed 11 stone.
The Huddersfield boxer outpointed Birmingham's Marcus Ffrench over eight rounds at Villa Park.
Barnes' team-mate Michael Conlan made it two golds when he outpointed England's Qais Ashfaq in a bantamweight brawl.
I couldn't afford to run it as I didn't know when I would be working." Lavelle tomorrow faces New Zealand's David Light, who easily outpointed Charles Okoth from Kenya, for a place in Saturday's final.
The Leeds boxer outpointed Nigeria's Oluwatoyin Oladeji to reach the flyweight quarter-finals on the firstever night of women's boxing at a Commonwealth Games.
Cooke outpointed Rafiq in the Midlands semi-finals last season and said: "He is strong and I stuck to my game plan.
Andrew 'El Cannon' Buchanan looked sharp after eight years out, beating Dean Walker 40-36; Rob Ismay outpointed Simeon Cover 40-37; Craig Dixon defeated Kevin McCauley 40-37 to retain his unbeaten record; Davey Ferguson Jnr was outpointed by Matt Seawright 39-37; and Paul O'Hagan was taken the distance for the first time but still beat Jody Meikle on points 39-37.
Harrison's problems outside the ring have been well documented and it looked as if time had caught up on the 35-year-old Scot when he was comprehensively outpointed by the hungry Liam Walsh at Wembley.