Hindi translation of 'outwit'
outwit /ˌaʊtˈwɪt ˌआउटˈविट्/
Word forms: outwits, outwitting, outwitted
If you outwit someone, you use your intelligence or a clever trick to defeat them or to gain an advantage over them.
मात कर देना
To win the presidency he had to outwit his rivals.
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Example Sentences Including 'outwit'
And she certainly needed to keep her mind clear if she was going to outwit the psychiatrist seated opposite her.A Dead Liberty
This time there'll be a hidey-hole designed to outwit any archdeacon - try the bedroom.Absolute Truths
I came to dodge the media and end up teaching half the residents how to be tabloid journalists and the other half how to outwit them.SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
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'outwit' in Other Languages
- Brazilian Portuguese: passar a perna em
- Chinese: 智胜
- European Spanish: ser más listo que
- French: se montrer plus malin que se montrer plus maligne que
- German: überlisten
- Italian: superare in astuzia
- Japanese: 出し抜く
- Korean: ~보다 한 수 앞서다
- Portuguese: passar a perna em
- Spanish: ser más listo que
Translation of outwit from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary