verb (used with object), out·worked or out·wrought, out·work·ing.
- to work harder, better, or faster than.
- to work out or carry on to a conclusion; finish: a problem to be outworked in after generations.
- Archaic. to outdo in workmanship.
- a minor defense built or established outside the principal fortification limits.
- (often plural) defences which lie outside main defensive works
- work performed away from the factory, office, etc, by which it has been commissioned
verb (ˌaʊtˈwɜːk) -works, -working, -worked or -wrought (tr)
- to work better, harder, etc, than
- to work out to completion