OTHER WORDS FROM overachieveo·ver·a·chieve·ment, nouno·ver·a·chiev·er, noun
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Sea surface temperatures are sufficiently warm to support a hurricane, and already Elsa has exhibited a tendency to overachieve.Elsa rapidly strengthens into hurricane, could affect Florida next week|Matthew Cappucci|July 2, 2021|Washington Post
While Portland has been consistent in making the playoffs and, in some cases, has overachieved, they still haven’t truly contended for a championship … and some wonder if blowing up the roster is the only way they’ll get there.
It is worth noting, though, that historically, environmental goals in five-year plans have been set to be overachieved.China aims to be carbon neutral by 2060. Its new 5-year plan won’t cut it.|Lili Pike|March 5, 2021|Vox
Not every campaign will overachieve those KPIs, but many marketers are seeing campaigns consistently meet or exceed their KPIs.People-based identifiers are driving personalized customer experiences|Trevor Grigoruk|March 3, 2021|Digiday