outgrew, past tense; outgrowing, present participle; outgrown, past participle; outgrows, 3rd person singular present;
Grow too big for (something)
babies outgrow their first car seat at six to nine months
Leave behind as one matures
is it a permanent injury, or will the colt outgrow it?
Grow faster or taller than
the more vigorous plants outgrow their weaker neighbors
(outgrow) grow too large or too mature for; "I have outgrown these clothes"; "She outgrew her childish habits"
(outgrow) grow faster than
Outgrow is BoA's 4th original Japanese album. The album features the singles Do the Motion, Make a Secret, Dakishimeru, and Everlasting. The album also features the track "First Snow" from BoA's special digital single, Merry Christmas from BoA. ...
Simple past of outgrow
(outgrow) To become too big or mature for some purpose; To leave some object, habit, belief ... behind, no longer need or use it, as one grows; To grow faster or taller than something or someone else