[out-last, -lahst]
verb (used with object)
to endure or last longer than: The pyramids outlasted the civilization that built them.
to live longer than; outlive.

1565–75; out- + last2

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outlast (ˈaʊtˌlɑːst)
(tr) to last longer than

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Word Origin & History

"to last longer than," 1573, from out + last (v.).
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Example sentences
In its present form stock-raising on the plains is doomed, and can hardly
  outlast the century.
He made no allusion to his term being near, to the probability that he should
  not outlast the summer.
She admired their durability then, the fact that they would long outlast her.
On stage you are marketing a brand and image that will outlast any gadget.
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