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View synonyms for outperform

outperform

[ out-per-fawrm ]

verb (used with object)

  1. to surpass in excellence of performance; do better than:

    a new engine that outperforms the competition; a stock that outperformed all others.



outperform

/ ˌaʊtpəˈfɔːm /

verb

  1. to perform better than (someone or something)


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Word History and Origins

Origin of outperform1

First recorded in 1955–60; out- + perform
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Example Sentences

Now researchers have developed a liquid cooling system integrated directly within a microchip that dramatically outperforms previous approaches.

In fact, the first independent evaluation of an AI diagnostic tool that outperformed humans in spotting cancer on mammograms was published only last month.

Developers have been claiming that medical AIs outperform or match human ability for some time, and the pandemic has sent this trend into overdrive as companies compete to get their tools noticed.

They trade on the belief they’ll outperform the rest of the market.

From Fortune

Another assessment by Ally Invest, an online brokerage, found that Apple generally outperformed the market one year after its stock splits, on average.

From Fortune

For a time in the 1930s, leading Western intellectuals believed fascist regimes could economically outperform democracies.

“Black students in New Orleans have started to outperform their peers in the rest of the state,” she writes.

But the rich now outperform the middle class by as much as the middle class outperform the poor.

ALEC: Are there shows that outperform us earnings-wise in a 30-minute half hour?

Even very smart people who do this all day, every day, do not, on average, outperform the market.

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