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tr.v. out·sold (-sōld′), out·sell·ing, out·sells
1. To surpass (another) in an amount sold: a book that outsold all others of its kind.
2. To outdo (another) in selling: a salesperson who outsold her colleagues.
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vb, -sells, -selling or -sold
(Commerce) (tr) to sell or be sold in greater quantities than
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v.t. -sold, -sell•ing.
1. to surpass in salesmanship or selling.
2. to exceed in number of sales.
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Past participle: outsold
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|Verb||1.||outsell - be sold more often than other, similar products; "The new Toyota outsells the Honda by a wide margin"|
|2.||outsell - sell more than others; "This salesman outsells his colleagues"|
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outsell[ˌaʊtsel] (outsold (pt, pp)) VT → venderse más que
this product outsells all the competition → este producto se vende más que todos los competidores
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