to surpass in number of men; outnumber
transitive verbout·manned, out·man·ning, out·mans
- To exceed in manpower; outnumber: The country's army was outmanned and outgunned.
- To get the better of; overwhelm or defeat: Our team was outmanned six to one.
(third-person singular simple present outmans, present participle outmanning, simple past and past participle outmanned)
- To have more people than (one's competit)
out- +"Ž man