Is Outway a word?
The path outbound from the LAN(Local Area Network) to the WAN(Wide Area Network). A way out or an exit.
What does it mean to outweigh something?
Definition of outweigh transitive verb. : to exceed in weight, value, or importance the advantages outweigh the disadvantages.
Is it outweigh or outweighs?
If one thing outweighs another, the first thing is of greater importance, benefit, or significance than the second thing. The advantages of this deal largely outweigh the disadvantages. If you outweigh someone, you are heavier than them. Young outweighed her opponent by about 60 pounds.
Is outweighed by?
To be more significant than; exceed in value or importance: The benefits outweigh the risks.
What is out way?
Out´way` n. 1. A way out; exit. In divers streets and outways multiplied.
How do you use outweigh?
weigh more heavily.
- The benefits would surely far outweigh the risks.
- The advantages far outweigh the disadvantages.
- The benefits outweigh the risks.
- The book’s virtues far outweigh its faults.
- The minuses far outweigh that possible gain.
- The advantages of this deal largely outweigh the disadvantages.
What is another word for outweigh?
1 surpass, overshadow, eclipse, override.
What is Outbalance?
outbalance in American English to be greater than in weight, value, etc.
What is another word for outweighs?
OTHER WORDS FOR outweigh 1 surpass, overshadow, eclipse, override.