verbout·bred, out·breed·ing, out·breeds
- To subject to outbreeding.
- To produce offspring at a greater rate than: an introduced species of toad that outbreeds native amphibians.
To engage in outbreeding.
(third-person singular simple present outbreeds, present participle outbreeding, simple past and past participle outbred)
- To breed more successfully than.
out- +"Ž breed