- be far superior to
verb: outclass, 3rd person present: outclasses, gerund or present participle: outclassing, past tense: outclassed, past participle: outclassed
- 1. be far superior to Villa totally outclassed us in the first half
- be far superior to: they totally outclassed us in the first half
Oxford American Dictionary
Garcia is still able to nail his role well despite being outclassed by Pacino. 儘管(演技)遠遜於帕奇諾, 賈西亞仍能把他的角色詮釋得很...
Are you happy lately? I miss you very much. Do you still remember Taiwan's snacks? Or remember the time we spent each time after class to go eat Taiwan's snacks. Since you've had lived in Taiwan, I'...