outturn

See also: out-turn

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

out- +‎ turn

NounEdit

outturn (plural outturns)

  1. An amount produced during a specified period; output or turnout

VerbEdit

outturn (third-person singular simple present outturns, present participle outturning, simple past and past participle outturned)

  1. (transitive) To surpass in turning; to turn better than.
    • 2018, Ron Fish, The Tupi Field
      “Sometimes your enemy will have a plane that can outturn yours and outclimb you, but you can suck him right into a trap and your wingman can take him out,” Tommy explained.

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