verb (used with object), out·worked or out·wrought, out·work·ing.

  1. to work harder, better, or faster than.
  2. to work out or carry on to a conclusion; finish: a problem to be outworked in after generations.
  3. Archaic. to outdo in workmanship.


  1. a minor defense built or established outside the principal fortification limits.

noun (ˈaʊtˌwɜːk)

  1. (often plural) defences which lie outside main defensive works
  2. work performed away from the factory, office, etc, by which it has been commissioned

verb (ˌaʊtˈwɜːk) -works, -working, -worked or -wrought (tr)

  1. to work better, harder, etc, than
  2. to work out to completion

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