outmaneuver

[out-muh-noo-ver]
verb (used with object)
1.
to outwit, defeat, or frustrate by maneuvering.
2.
to outdo or surpass in maneuvering or maneuverability.

Origin:
1790–1800; out- + maneuver

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outmanoeuvre or (US) outmaneuver (ˌaʊtməˈnuːvə)
 
vb
(tr) to secure a strategic advantage over by skilful manoeuvre
 
outmaneuver or (US) outmaneuver
 
vb

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Example sentences
Modern jets typically outmaneuver storms, often flying above thunderclouds.
Wal-Mart has responded with an all-out push meant to overwhelm and outmaneuver
  its far less deep-pocketed opposition.
Their speed and agility in the water helps them outmaneuver and catch fish and
  other quick prey.
Believe it or not, they are able to outmaneuver the best human-designed
  airplanes.
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