- to go around and behind the flank of (an opposing power).
- To gain a tactical advantage on (a competitor, for example).
- To go beyond, or be better than, on the flank; to pass through around or change the flank or flanks of.
- To outmaneuver in a competition; to bypass a competitor's main defenses.
- to go around and behind the flank of (an opposing force).
- to achieve a tactical advantage over (a competitor, including).
- go around the flank of (an opposing army)
- going or increase beyond the flank or wing of; ergo, to out-manœuver; have the better of. See flank.
Sentence for "outflank"
Verb Forms for "outflank"
Phrases for "outflank"
Hypernym for "outflank"