outprice

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verb out·price \ ˌau̇t-ˈprīs \

Definition of outprice

outpriced; outpricing
transitive verb
1 :to price products or services better or lower than
  • … large conglomerates move in to their territory and put them out of business by selling "loss-leader" products to outprice the competition.
  • —James Chilton
2 :to have a higher price than
  • … quality child care for one year can outprice the cost of a college education for the same amount of time.
  • —Kay Casey
3 :to raise the price of a product or service beyond the means of
  • They can get that additional rent lift without outpricing their typical tenants.
  • —Amanda Cooper

First Known Use of outprice

1612


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