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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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Texcess and jockey Victor Espinoza turned an outside post to their advantage by sitting on the outside in midpack, attacking on the turn for home and outrunning Cheroot down the stretch to win the 1 1/8-mile race by 1 3/4 lengths and pay $9.
Adventure-style game play includes capturing and outrunning monsters, searching for clues and puzzle solving in creepy environments such as an abandoned movie set, the ghoulish Wild West, a dank bayou, and a cobweb covered laboratory.
Only then can Lava Man (Pat Valenzuela riding) worry about outrunning the other contenders, who comprise fully half of his opponents in a 1 1/4-mile race for 3-year-olds and up that provides the highlight of the Del Mar season.
The 30+ mini-games include challenges ranging from outrunning the dangerous "Dragon's Breath," to sinking one another in the "Lilly Pad Leap," to working in tandem to stop the "Castle Crumble," to catapulting vegetables for points in the "Food Fling.
Yet our NAV performance is outrunning more than half of our peers' funds in the comparable and much larger mutual fund sector in Canada.
The housing market has been outrunning the fundamentals for two years now,'' said economist Daniel Blake, director of the San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center at California State University, Northridge.
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 21, 1996--According to a number of recent surveys, the growth of Microsoft Windows NT, Microsoft's Network and Desktop Operating System, is outrunning the number of individuals fluent enough in the software to install and maintain the technology.
Young made it look like a genius call, getting the 10 yards - plus 50 more, outrunning Wolverines defensive back Leon Hall to the corner for a 60-yard touchdown.
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 11, 1996--According to a number of recent surveys, the growth of Microsoft Windows NT, Microsoft's Network and Desktop Operating System, is outrunning the number of individuals fluent enough in the software to install and maintain the technology.