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beat sb out

mainly US
verb uk phrasal verb with beat   /biːt/ (beat, beaten or US also beat) us  
to defeat someone or do better than them in a competition, sport, or business: They beat out several other rivals for the contract.
Translations of “beat sb out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 戰勝,打敗(某人)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 战胜,打败(某人)…
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