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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoutsellout‧sell /aʊtˈsel/ verb (past tense and past participle outsold /-ˈsəʊld $ -ˈsoʊld/) [transitive]  1 BBTSELLto be sold in larger quantities than something else It may outsell his previous novels.2 BBTSELLto sell more goods or products than a competitor Australia now outsells the US in wines.→ See Verb table
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outsellShe said the newer, non-traditional flags outsell country and state flags by more than 50 percent.Chevrolet's desire to outsell FordThey claim their machines are outselling Nintendo's machines.Chardonnay continues to outsell other wines.They are not, however, outselling our best psychologists.It's a sort of goodwill thing that Bonn puts out for the Allied forces; it doesn't outsell Playboy.