verb (used with or without object)
to perform less well than (another of its kind, a general average, etc.) or less well than expected: Surprisingly, the stock has underperformed the market indexes all year. Several of our best players consistently underperform.
Origin of underperform
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Over-optimistic forecasts, coupled with underperformance, have long been a GM bugaboo.Behind GM's Shock Shakeup
December 1, 2009