- to have a greater range than
- to range beyond
transitive verbout·ranged, out·rang·ing, out·rang·es
To exceed (another) in range: a ballistic missile that outranged all others in its class.
(third-person singular simple present outranges, present participle outranging, simple past and past participle outranged)
- To have a longer range than (another projectile or weapon).
From out- +"Ž range.