verb-transitive: To shoot better than (another): a pistol that easily outshoots others in its class; a basketball player who outshot all others on the team.
noun: A protuberance, projection, or outgrowth: outshoots of brush on the high mountain slopes.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
While a 911 crushes almost any car in almost every category, this rifle doesn't outshine the new M70s (or a Sako A7, or some Savages [some will outshoot the A7, both can shoot with or better than this thing]) to the same degree, so I can sympathize with the comparisons and complaints, they are very valid.
Well, that, coupled with the fact no one could outshoot you, made you one scary mo-fo.
The fool thought he could outshoot a Chicaza lord.
You have to go custom or very high end to outshoot their rifles, and they still outshoot some of them.
I have friends that shoot the .338 Lapua for this but I can't stand its recoil and as a result of the recoil, I consistenly outshoot them at long range even though their cartriges are ballistically a LITTLE BIT more ideal.