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outdo (oneself)

To outperform or outclass one's previous actions or efforts. Wow, Mom, this chili is delicious—you really outdid yourself! The legal team have outdone themselves with this contract.
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outdo oneself

To do something exceptional or superb, especially in relation to past efforts: outdid himself in preparing dinner.
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The report mentioned that the video clip features an accompanying dance aiming to outdo the 'Waka Waka' dance made famous by Shakira at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, adding that the
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Just as I wanted to outdo everyone when I played, I had to outdo everyone when we were out on the town.
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With Charlie at my side, I am confident that The Sunshine Group will find new ways to continue to be the company to outperform, outdo and outshine all the others--the possibilities are unlimited.
Even so, it takes sophisticated lab equipment to extract results from the nanocomputers, so they're unlikely to outdo silicon-based electronic computers, says Shapiro.
Panama City and Port-of-Spain are fighting to outdo each other to offer the best economic perks and incentives.
As a result, insurers need to provide unique customer-oriented value if they wish to outdo their rivals, and they must be sure to communicate that value to the customers.
In the glitz and glamour of polymorphous art worlds at the brink of pandemonium, where each gigabyte of art strives to outdo all others, these quiet, systematic studies in painting are a special kind of spiritual exercise.
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Jensen's strike off the outside of his boot was outstanding, and had opposing managers Kevin Keegan and Terry Venables trying to outdo each other.