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28 February

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What does Outsmart,Outrun...

These kind of verbs which start with ''out'' they all seem kind of used to compare two or more people.

E.G:Jason can outrun all of us in the classroom EQUALS TO(imo) Jason can run faster than all of us in the classroom.
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mean?

These verbs starting with '' out '' looks cooler, shorter way to express my thoughts while speaking.
1. Do you think I learned it right ?
2. Would you teach me more verbs starting with '' out '' ?
3. Can we or Is there a way to make any verb or adjective a new verb just putting '' out '' in front of it as we like ? Let me create some: outswim (might mean swim faster, better), outsing (sing better), outplay instrument/sport etc.
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