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outrun

verb beat, catch up, catch up with, come up to, edge out, gain on, leave behind, leave standing, outdo, outmaneuver, outpace, outperform, outrange, outreach, outrival, outstrip, overtake, pass, prevail over, win
See also: surpass
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We were tight when San Miguel had the lead, we tried to get it back in one shot but the combination of my mistake of trying to outrun the Beermen instead of playing possession by possession contributed to the loss,' said Vanguardia.
The Spirit of Adventure soup was eventually managed to outrun the pirates.
Bucking the trend was Kerstin, who sent Ben on a good outrun, lift and fetch.
Summary: n the first half of 2009, Spain has outrun Italy in imports from the Islamic Republic of Iran, Eurostat reported.
Racing fast cars and using them to impress girls is Outrun in a nutshell.
OutRun was by far the most popular driving game at the time and queues would often form around the block to play the virtual driving game.
Steve is not familiar with the players in this league yet and you have to know your opponents: who you can turn, who is quick, who can be knocked off the ball and who can be outrun.
Bob: If we are in the forest and a bear chases us, how do we outrun it?
Today, drug traffickers use high-speed boats that can easily outrun Coast Guard cutters at top speeds in excess of 75 miles per hour.
As long as I can remember, I had always been able to outrun my classmates and teammates.
Sanz, meanwhile, has the hots for the star of an all-woman Swedish training team but has to outrun Roger Moore, a rich man who decides the rotund comedian is the perfect twinkle.