outpower


Related to outpower: undeterred, stirred up

outpower

(ˌaʊtˈpaʊə)
vb (tr)
to have more power than or defeat by power
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5-liter, four-cylinder engine that is capable of making a top outpower of nearly 200 horsepower.
Kuznetsova, the 2004 US Open and 2009 French Open title winner showed her desperation to outpower Bencic with deep serves, as she double-faulted on the hard surface six times.
We are not going to out-muscle or outpower teams, we play rugby and we work really hard for each other and play at tempo.
Mechanics, when an aviation ground power unit (AGPLI) is connected to an aircraft and powered up (with the outpower switch in the ON position), did you know the AGPU's electrical and hydraulic power can cause aircraft components or systems to activate inadvertently?
Maria Sharapova kept her poise to outwit and outpower diminutive Italian Sara Errani and win her first French Open with a 6-3 6-2 victory on Saturday.
There aren't enough wind turbines in the world to outpower humankind's appetite for energy, a study by University of Oregon researcher Richard York has found.
We are confident that at any given time we can pass our way through any team and then on other occasions we can use our spirit and determination to outpower them.
But, Ma'oz says, Israel will always outpower Hamas militarily, given that it will remain impossible for the organisation to smuggle tanks and aircraft into Gaza.
I travel a few comers to where street lights outpower the moon.
Laboratory last week announced efforts to develop a new energy-cell technology that it says could become the basis for rechargeable, lightweight batteries that outlast, outpower and underprice any battery commercially available or under development.
No-one was better at finessing a volatile filly like Petite Etoile or Park Top; yet at the same time, no-one could outpower him.
Callum Vaughan grabbed five as Blyth Spartans stepped up a gear in the second half to outpower Cullercoats La Coruna 7-0.