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out- +‎ work

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outwork (third-person singular simple present outworks, present participle outworking, simple past and past participle outworked)

  1. (rare) To work out to a finish; to complete.
  2. To work faster or harder than.
    • 2009, Bill Boggs, Got What It Takes?:
      And I am one of those people who is indefatigable, in the true sense that I beg someone to find someone who can outwork me.

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outwork (countable and uncountable, plural outworks)

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  1. (architecture, countable) A minor, subsidiary fortification built beyond the main limits of fortification.
  2. Agricultural work done outdoors in the fields.

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