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- v. To spend more money than (someone) buying goods.
- v. To outbid (someone) for something.
- v. To reach a better purchase bargain than (someone).
Whatever Beijing has up its sleeve, Taipei can only continue to try to outbuild, outbuy and outbluff its rival.
We've had a minimum of 134, the last several days it's been closer to 200, to do outbuy work as well.
Hark ye, lord! frown not so haughtily, -- that correspondence names thee as one who hast taken the gold of Count Charolois, and whom, therefore, King Louis may outbuy.