Definition of outgeneral in English:

outgeneral

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • Get the better of by superior strategy or tactics.

    ‘wherever he had met them, under whatever conditions, he had outgeneralled and outfought them’
    • ‘But the British were outnumbered, outgeneraled and outmaneuvered.’
    • ‘The Surveyor at the front rank of tax assessment may have been outgeneralled by a small but active body of higher civil servants and interested industrialists.’
    • ‘He took over just before the first major offensive in 1950 and was outgeneralled.’
    • ‘The truth be told, for the first time in the war he was simply outgeneraled by his opponent and he utterly failed to manage effectively his subordinate commanders over the course of the three-day battle.’
    • ‘As John Adams would wryly say later, ‘In general, our generals were outgeneralled.’’

Pronunciation

outgeneral

/aʊtˈdʒɛn(ə)r(ə)l/