|Origin:||strip 'to move fast' (15-18 centuries)|
out‧strip past tense and past participle outstripped, present participle outstripping [transitive]
to do something better than someone else or be more successful:
We outstripped all our competitors in sales last year.
to be greater in quantity than something else:
Demand for new aircraft production is outstripping supply.
to run or move faster than someone or something else:
Speeding at 90 mph, Denny outstripped police cars for an hour.