outperform

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verb out·per·form \ˌau̇t-pə(r)-ˈfȯrm\

Definition of outperform

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to perform better than Today a kid who flips burgers can save enough money to buy a motorcycle that will outperform all but a couple of pricey sports cars. — James R. Petersen

First Known Use of outperform

1937


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