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one-up•man•ship



Pronunciation: (wun'up'mun-ship"), [key]
n.
the art or practice of achieving, demonstrating, or assuming superiority in one's rivalry with a friend or opponent by obtaining privilege, status, status symbols, etc.: the one-upmanship of getting into the president's car pool. Also,one-ups•man•shipPronunciation: (wun'ups'mun ship"). [key]Also called upmanship, upsmanship.

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