- to stay longer than
- to stay beyond the time of; overstay
transitive verbout·stayed, out·stay·ing, out·stays
- To stay longer than (another or others); overstay: guests who outstayed their welcome.
- To show greater endurance than: She outstayed her opponents and won the race.
(third-person singular simple present outstays, present participle outstaying, simple past and past participle outstayed)
- To stay beyond or longer than.