outcoach

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

out- +‎ coach

VerbEdit

outcoach ‎(third-person singular simple present outcoaches, present participle outcoaching, simple past and past participle outcoached)

  1. To provide better coaching than another person or group
    • 1988, January 15, “Ted Cox”, in The Sports Section[1]:
      Last year, the Bears were outplayed and outcoached and deserved to lose.