verb-transitive: To spend beyond the limits of: outspends his earnings.
verb-transitive: To outdo in spending: outspends all her relatives at Christmas.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
But in today's New York Times, RNC chair Ken Mehlman is quoted saying that the Dems will "outspend" the GOP.
The failure of the recent climate bill proved that environmental groups cannot outspend or outmaneuver the fossil fuel industry.
Barack Obama decided to forgo public funding so that he could vastly outspend John McCain.
The DCCC decided to let the NRCC outspend it last month, in hopes of ending the campaign with a crushing financial advantage.
The eye-popping number ensures that the RGA will outspend the Democratic Governors Association in nearly every closely contested governors race in the country -- and could have an even larger impact in large states like Florida, Ohio and Texas where communicating to voters is a very costly endeavor.