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School

verb; zero derivation
To do noticeably or substantially better than someone. The meaning derives from associations with school and competing to see who can perform better. Could also refer to teaching, as in outshining.
 
Well, I got a 92, but you schooled me.
Etymology : zero derivation 'school' (place of learning). [New word from zero derivation of 'school'.]
Source : conversation with friend
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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