verb-transitive: Archaic To speak better or more cogently than (another).
verb-intransitive: To speak out.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
The McCain campaign understands that McCain cannot outspeak Barack, so they want McCain to dictate how to speak to people. it seems like he is more comfortable talking to 5 or 10 people at a time, than 40,000.
She can outhink and outspeak Obama without a doubt.
Lastly, should Tiger Woods..er, Senator Obama, face McCain in the general not only will he out-debate and outspeak him.
He had always thought well of himself, but never destroyed the good of it by saying so; and whoever praised him had to do it again, to outspeak his modesty.
ROONEY: I heard how outspoken I was going to be, so I'm trying to outspeak.