verb (used with object), out·sourced, out·sourc·ing.
verb (used without object), out·sourced, out·sourc·ing.
Origin of outsource
Related formsout·sourc·ing, noun
Examples from the Web for outsourcing
The next day, Perdue was asked if he could defend the “outsourcing” charges.
The truth about his role in outsourcing jobs seems to be somewhere in the middle.
Another technique is the outsourcing of labor to lower paid foreign workers, the so called “techno-coolies.”Silicon Valley’s Giants Are Just Gilded Age Tycoons in Techno-Utopian Clothes|Joel Kotkin|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At this point, she began marketing her designs as furniture and was outsourcing labor to produce them.
Outsourcing simply means that a person, or even a machine, will perform an operation for you.Just Don’t Do It: Why You Should Outsource More of Your Life|Ari Meisel|February 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The strategy of outsourcing is based on the notion that maximum efficiency requires specialization that companies cannot achieve.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin