from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To surpass in power.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To excel in power; to overpover.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To surpass in power; overpower.
Douglas Mays then of course ... fear of earthquake bringing down the current viaduct. sorry, there is no man made tunnel that can outpower the earth.
We always outnumber and outpower them with our weapons but they keep coming back.
"A lot of cars can outpower me," he says, "but I can outmaneuver them."
Democrats can totally outpower Republicans in the House on this issue, if they choose to.
Green laser module 300mw (IR filtered) power test under 22 celsius degree it is test under 22 celsius degree. once the module inner temperature get to 33~36 degree. our module will be high efficiency on the outpower. moreover, if you put our module into your torch housing or have it cooled in properly, its outpower will be stable longer time up to 5 minutes.
Just for the fun of it they also tried with the Mustang GT500 and even that car brakes were able to outpower the motor so don't worry about your toyota!
- Scientists at MIT have managed to engineer a virus which could potentially form a battery to outlast and outpower those available today three times over.
Enemies can only outpower you with sheer numbers and firepower, not outsmart you.
Obama was never strong enough to outpower the vested interests of military-industrial complex and their K Street lobbiers.
Again, even old Russian missiles will outpower US missile defence, so these news are more just "muscle flexing" than anything else.
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