To outmaneuver is defined as to defeat an opponent or to move faster than the opponent.(verb)
If you beat someone in a boxing match because you are a little faster, a little better and more able to land punches, this is an example of when you outmaneuver the opponent.
See outmaneuver in Webster's New World College Dictionary
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transitive verb out·ma·neu·vered, out·ma·neu·ver·ing, out·ma·neu·vers
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