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outfight

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outfight (third-person singular simple present outfights, present participle outfighting, simple past and past participle outfought)

  1. To fight or battle better than.
    • 2011 October 15, Phil McNulty, “Liverpool 1 - 1 Man Utd”, BBC Sport:
      Ferguson, perhaps recalling how United had been comprehensively outfought in the 3-1 defeat at Liverpool last season, opted for a side with a more pragmatic look with Phil Jones moved into a midfield role.