outsmart

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out- +‎ smart

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outsmart (third-person singular simple present outsmarts, present participle outsmarting, simple past and past participle outsmarted)

  1. (transitive) to beat in a competition of wits
    • 2012 May 13, Andrew Benson, “Williams's Pastor Maldonado takes landmark Spanish Grand Prix win”, in BBC Sport[1]:
      Maldonado, who is in only his second season in Formula 1, won the Spanish Grand Prix after his team outsmarted Ferrari with pit-stop timing.

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