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outmanoeuvre

verb [T] uk UK ( US outmaneuver)   /ˌaʊt.məˈnuː.vər/ us    /-vɚ/
to cleverly get an advantage over someone, especially a competitor: In the negotiations, he outmanoeuvred his rivals by offering a higher price.
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