outsmart : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v beat through cleverness and wit
- v defeat by more skillful maneuvering
- One of Boone's favorite so-called Booneisms is one he learned from his dad: "A fool with a plan can outsmart a genius with no plan.
- In the last decade, people have attempted to outsmart alcohol with so-called anti-hangover pills such as Chaser and Alcohol-X, which, when taken before a drink, supposedly help the .
- There is no attempt on anyone's part to outsmart anyone.
News & Articles
- Google purchases Israeli start-up mapping service Waze
TEL AVIV, Israel, June 12 (UPI) -- Global technology giant Google announced the purchase of Waze, an Israeli navigation start-up application, to help "outsmart traffic."
June 12, 2013 - UPI
- Waze is now a part of Google
On Google’s official blog, Google has acquired Waze, the popular community-based traffic and navigation app for iOS and Android. To help you outsmart traffic, today we’re excited to announce we’ve closed the acquisition of Waze. This fast-growing community of traffic-obsessed drivers is working together to find the best routes from home to work, every day. Waze is [...]
June 12, 2013 - The Gadgeteer
- Google Confirms Acquisition of Waze
Official word comes today from the Google Blog: To help you outsmart traffic, today we’re excited to announce we’ve closed the acquisition of Waze. This fast-growing community of traffic-obsessed drivers is working together to find the best routes from home to work, every... Continue reading
June 11, 2013 - All Points Blog
- Elizabeth Edwards in Washington Post
You're not going to outsmart him. He works harder than any human being that I know, always has,Elizabeth Edwards says. "It's unbelievably important that, in our president, we have someone who can stare the worst in the face and not blink."
- Angelo Dundee in SI.com
He was a complete fighter,said trainer Angelo Dundee, a 1992 inductee. "He could beat you with strength. He could outsmart you. He did so much, he made it look easy."
- Cory Spinks in Stockton Record
He'sa long, rangy guy so I had to outsmart him,said Spinks, the son of former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks. "I used my athletic talent and smarts to win."