outgrow
transitive verb
1. (to surpass in growing) 
Alexandra was born smaller than her twin sister, but she outgrew her within two years.Alexandra fue más pequeña al nacer que su hermana gemela, pero creció más alta que ella en dos años.
2. (to grow too big for) 
Lily had a growth spurt over Easter and outgrew her school clothes.Lily dio un estirón en Semana Santa y la ropa de la escuela ahora le queda pequeña.
3. (to leave behind) 
Angela outgrew her childish behavior.Ángela dejó atrás su comportamiento infantil.
outgrow
transitive verb
1. (toys) 
a. hacerse demasiado mayor para 
he's outgrown the jacketse le ha quedado pequeña la chaqueta
he should have outgrown that habit by nowya no tiene edad para esas cosas
to have outgrown one's friendstener ya poco en común or poco que ver con los amigos
outgrow [aʊtˈɡrəʊ] outgrew (past) [aʊtˈɡruː] outgrown (participle:past) [aʊtˈɡrəʊn]
transitive verb
crecer más que; [+habit etc] perder con la edad; [+defect, illness] curarse de ... con la edad
to outgrow one's clothes quedarle pequeña la ropa a algn; she has outgrown her gloves se le han quedado pequeños los guantes; we've outgrown all that todo eso ha quedado ya atrás
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