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out·spend

 (out-spĕnd′)
tr.v. out·spent (-spĕnt), out·spend·ing, out·spends
1. To spend beyond the limits of: outspends his earnings.
2. To outdo in spending: outspends all her relatives at Christmas.

outspend

(aʊtˈspɛnd)
vb (tr)
to spend more money than

out•spend

(ˌaʊtˈspɛnd)

v.t. -spent, spend•ing.
1. to outdo in spending.
2. to exceed (one's resources) in spending.
[1580–90]
Translations

outspend

[aʊtˈspend] (outspent (pt, pp)) VT to outspend sbgastar más que algn
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Even though the Army by far has the largest helicopter fleet, the Navy has outspent it modernizing its aircraft and those of the Marine Corps.
During the fourth quarter, Diamondback outspent cash flow due to the dramatic decline in commodity prices and one time merger related expenses.
Four years ago, Garcia forced Emanuel into Chicago's first mayoral runoff even though he got a late start, was outspent by a four-to-one margin and Preckwinkle refused to endorse Garcia, who served as her county board floor leader.
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But Gillespie, a former Republican National Committee chairman, rode a wave of support for Republican candidates nationwide, and almost knocked Warner out of the Senate despite being outspent heavily.
"These groups may be outspent by the business wing, but they have considerable influence and support among the rank-and-file party voters, which is no small thing," Boston wrote.