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Verb: outsmart  ,awt'smaa(r)t
  1. Beat through cleverness and wit
    "She outsmarted her competitors";
    - outwit, overreach, outfox, beat, circumvent, outthink
  2. Defeat by more skilful manoeuvring
    "The English troops outsmarted the Germans";
    - outmaneuver [US], outmanoeuvre [Brit, Cdn]

Derived forms: outsmarted, outsmarting, outsmarts

Type of: best, exceed, outdo, outflank, outgo [archaic], outgun, outmatch, outperform, outstrip, surmount, surpass, trump