Outrun (1) verb.
1: to win a race.
2: To stay a course longer than others.
3: comparative: “A jet can outrun a car.”
Outrun (2) proper noun.
1: see definition above. An arcade game.
-Jessie was terrible at Outrun because he had short feet and couldn’t reach the pedals.
Outrun (3) verb clause
1: A code word for children planning to sneak out of their homes to meet.
-“Wanna play outrun?” asked Jessie into the phone.
2: Stealing cars. Sneaking out to steal cars.
Etymology: US, 1980s, from the videogame “Outrun”.
-Jessie was not very good at outrun because he forgot to check the gas tanks, his hands got split by the slimjim, and he never wore his glasses.
My wife got a ticket from a cop in a bright station wagon. Her hope was that the officer would give up but she could not outrun the flashing lights or the radio response.
A racing masterpiece by Sega's AM2 division. The brainchild of Yu Suzuki, creator of other games like Virtua Fighter and Space Harrier
Outrun is one of the best old school racing games of all time.