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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outgross.
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Macau already outgrosses the Las Vegas Strip in gambling revenues by a wide margin, but most of that money is spent in casinos on the Macau peninsula.
'Star Wars': + 2-minute trailer outgrosses "" Joe Black '' and "" Babe II '' combined.
It might be a little early to tell, but I'd wager that KFP outgrosses the Wallster by the time the dust settles and the derby ends.
Disney's 3D re-release of a 17-year-old hand-drawn classic significantly outgrosses all three of the weekend's new releases -- combined
Citizens of India support these films, so much so that it outgrosses Hollywood.
It would be funny if Nemesis outgrosses the new star trek movie
My understanding is that it was never anticipated to make a large amount of money domestically, but would be making the bulk of its money overseas, and so it has; it’s international cume outgrosses its domestic cume by about 4:1, meaning the movie is a solid theatrical success, given its $20 million production budget.