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outrange

[ out-reynj ]
/ ˌaʊtˈreɪndʒ /
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verb (used with object), out·ranged, out·rang·ing.

to have a longer or greater range than.
to sail out of the range of (a gun or guns).

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Origin of outrange

First recorded in 1855–60; out- + range
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  • The rifle bombers outrange the hostile bombers and also afford protection on the flanks.

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