Outstand definitions

out-stănd'
To stand out plainly; project.
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To endure.
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To stand out plainly.
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To resist effectually; withstand; sustain without yielding.
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To surpass in standing; stand or remain beyond; outstay.
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(intransitive) To project outward from the main body; stand out prominently; be prominent.
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(intransitive) To stand out to sea.
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(intransitive) To stand over; remain untouched, unimpaired, unsettled, uncollected, unpaid, or otherwise undetermined.

Outstanding contracts.

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Origin of outstand

From out- +"Ž stand. Cognate with Dutch uitstaan (“to abide, suffer, dree"), German ausstehen (“to stand, endure, abide"), Swedish utstÃ¥ (“to suffer, endure, pass through").