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Outrun vs Outweigh - What's the difference?

outrun | outweigh |


As verbs the difference between outrun and outweigh

is that outrun is to run faster than the others while outweigh is to exceed in weight or mass.

As a noun outrun

is (sheepdog trials) the sheepdog's initial run towards the sheep, done in a curving motion so as not to startle them.

Outrank vs Outweigh - What's the difference?

outrank | outweigh |


As verbs the difference between outrank and outweigh

is that outrank is to be of a higher rank than while outweigh is to exceed in weight or mass.

Outweigh vs Outweighs - What's the difference?

outweigh | outweighs |


As verbs the difference between outweigh and outweighs

is that outweigh is to exceed in weight or mass while outweighs is (outweigh).

Over vs Outweigh - What's the difference?

over | outweigh |


As an adverb over

is , above.

As a preposition over

is over.

As a verb outweigh is

to exceed in weight or mass.

Outweigh vs Outlook - What's the difference?

outweigh | outlook |


As verbs the difference between outweigh and outlook

is that outweigh is to exceed in weight or mass while outlook is to face down; to outstare.

As a noun outlook is

a place from which something can be viewed.

Overrun vs Outweigh - What's the difference?

overrun | outweigh |


As verbs the difference between overrun and outweigh

is that overrun is to defeat an enemy and invade in great numbers, seizing his positions conclusively while outweigh is to exceed in weight or mass.

As a noun overrun

is an instance of overrunning.

Outweigh vs Surpass - What's the difference?

outweigh | surpass |


As verbs the difference between outweigh and surpass

is that outweigh is to exceed in weight or mass while surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

Reimburse vs Outweigh - What's the difference?

reimburse | outweigh |


As verbs the difference between reimburse and outweigh

is that reimburse is to compensate with payment; especially, to repay money spent on one's behalf while outweigh is to exceed in weight or mass.

Outnumber vs Outweigh - What's the difference?

outnumber | outweigh |


As verbs the difference between outnumber and outweigh

is that outnumber is to be more in number than somebody or something while outweigh is to exceed in weight or mass.

Outweigh vs Cancel - What's the difference?

outweigh | cancel |


As verbs the difference between outweigh and cancel

is that outweigh is to exceed in weight or mass while cancel is to cross out something with lines etc.

As a noun cancel is

a cancellation (us ); (nonstandard in some kinds of english).

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