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outbrake (third-person singular simple present outbrakes, present participle outbraking, simple past and past participle outbraked)

  1. (transitive, motor racing) To brake late in order to get an advantage over.
    Westbrook was able to outbrake Bruni's Ferrari entering the first turn of the final lap and hold the lead.
    • 2014, Don Simpson, Too Old for Motor Racing: A Short Story in Case I Didn’t Live Long Enough to Finish Writing a Longer One:
      We had to go through it but there was a choice of just where, so I outbraked Tim to get the best line I could, and then I outbraked myself as well.
  2. (transitive, automotive transportation) From a given speed, to stop in a shorter distance than.

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