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Topic: MILITARY


outflank

verb
     
out‧flank [transitive]
1 to gain an advantage over an opponent, especially in politics:
The Tories found themselves outflanked by Labour on the issue of law and order.
2PM to go around the side of a group of enemies during a battle and attack them from behind
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