to overcome by cunning or cleverness; outwit
to have one's efforts at cunning or cleverness result in one's own disadvantage
transitive verbout·smart·ed, out·smart·ing, out·smarts
To gain the advantage over by cunning; outwit.
(third-person singular simple present outsmarts, present participle outsmarting, simple past and past participle outsmarted)
out- +"Ž smart