verb-transitive: To exceed in manpower; outnumber: The country's army was outmanned and outgunned.
verb-transitive: To get the better of; overwhelm or defeat: Our team was outmanned six to one.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Once I did succeed in outmanœuvering Demetrios, so that my bow bumped into him amidships.
Unusual as she clearly was, Malalai Kakar was also part of a long-standing tradition of Afghan women who "outman" their men in bravery.
Through their ability to hire high-powered legal teams they determine the outcome of trials, and are able to effectively outman federal officials when the government attempts to bring them to book.
Shawn P. Moran, a 10-year U.S. Border Patrol veteran who serves as vice president of the National Border Patrol Council Local 1613, added that the drug gangs are heavily armed and well-equipped, and can easily outman and outgun U.S. authorities.
But Callahan, a trusted Gruden assistant for four years in Oakland and a close associate since the early 1990s, couldn't outman or outhustle his buddy's dedicated charges.