outlead

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle English outleden (to lead out), from Old English ūtlǣdan (to lead or bring out), from ūt- (out) + lǣdan (to lead). More at out, lead.

Verb[edit]

outlead (third-person singular simple present outleads, present participle outleading, simple past and past participle outled)

  1. to lead out
  2. to bring about, produce


Etymology 2[edit]

From out- (beyond, surpassing-) +‎ lead.

Verb[edit]

outlead (third-person singular simple present outleads, present participle outleading, simple past and past participle outled)

  1. (intransitive) to exceed others in leading or leadership
  2. (transitive) to lead better than another

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