outdistances (third person present) · outdistanced (past tense) · outdistanced (past participle) · outdistancing (present participle) · out-distance (verb) · out-distances (third person present) · out-distanced (past tense) · out-distanced (past participle) · out-distancing (present participle)
  1. leave (a competitor or pursuer) far behind.
    "she could maintain a fast enough pace to outdistance any pursuers"
    outrun · outstrip · run faster than · outpace · leave behind · get (further) ahead of · gain on · draw away from · overtake · pass · shake off · throw off · lose ·
    put distance between oneself and someone else · widen the gap between oneself and someone else · surpass · outshine · do better than · outclass · outdo · excel · exceed · transcend · top · cap · trump · beat · better · leave behind · lead · leave standing · walk away from · outrival · outvie
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she could maintain a fast enough pace to outdistance any pursuers.
How to say outdistance in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic أ
Bosnian (Latin) Kako bi pobijedili
Cantonese (Traditional) 外距離
Catalan aconseguir
Chinese Simplified 外距离
Chinese Traditional 外距離
Croatian Kako bi pobijedili
Czech předběhnout
Estonian tööstusriigi
French (NOUN)distance
German überflügeln
Greek νικησουν
Hindi बाहरी दूरी
Hungarian lehagyni
Icelandic millifjarlægð
Italian distanza
Japanese 引き離す
Korean 능가하시오
Latvian noskriet
Polish pokonac
Portuguese distanciar
Querétaro Otomi mbi
Romanian depaseasca cautarea
Russian обгонять
Serbian (Cyrillic) док одуговлаиимо одмииу
Serbian (Latin) dok odugovlaиimo odmiиu
Slovak predbehnúť
Spanish distancia
Swedish distansera
Telugu అవుట్ దూరం
Urdu اداستنسی
Vietnamese bỏ
Yucatec Maya distancia
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