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English definition of “beat out sb/sth”

beat out sb/sth

phrasal verb with beat
 
 
/biːt/ verb [T] (beat, beaten, US also beat)
US to be more successful than your competitors: The New York-based accounting and consulting firm beat out eight rival bids to win the contract.
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