verb (used with object), out·sourced, out·sourc·ing.
verb (used without object), out·sourced, out·sourc·ing.
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Origin of outsource
OTHER WORDS FROM outsourceoutsourcing, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for outsource
Instead, it built out massive internet infrastructure where content moderation has been an afterthought and a job to be outsourced to the less fortunate.Facebook tries to clean up Groups with new policies|Sarah Perez|September 17, 2020|TechCrunch
Imperial Beach is one of several cities in San Diego County that outsources its policing efforts to the Sheriff’s Department.
Modern-day omnivores have long outsourced the dirty work, of course.Instagram's Most Fascinating Subculture? Women Hunters.|Rachel Levin|September 8, 2020|Outside Online
On July 13, according to her declaration, Werner called Morris after reading a newspaper article about the Sheriff’s Department exploring the possibility of outsourcing jail medical and mental health services to a private contractor.Longtime Sheriff’s Employee Contradicts Official Account of Jail Death|Kelly Davis|September 3, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Ratings and reviews, like Maps themselves are ultimately too important, to be outsourced even to strong third party platforms like TripAdvisor and Yelp.Apple Ratings is coming to iOS 14, how disruptive will it be?|Greg Sterling|September 1, 2020|Search Engine Land
Another tip is to outsource willpower: Enlist family and friends to join you in your goal to give up smoking or get fit.
The website CrowdMed lets you outsource your medical diagnoses to users competing for points and cash.Strangers Diagnose Your Illness and Get Cash in Return|Kevin Zawacki|August 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While we in Israel prefer a peaceful resolution, we do not outsource our security.
“I think these retailers need their asses handed to them,” Charney said of the companies who outsource to unsafe factories.
You can outsource just about anything these days and the proof is on Fiverr, a marketplace where people will do things for $5.Just Don’t Do It: Why You Should Outsource More of Your Life|Ari Meisel|February 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST