Definition of 'outperform'
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Investment consultants are not effective at identifying those fund managers who outperform their rivals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Results show that teams with red kits consistently outperform teams in other colours. The Sun (2015)London continued to outperform the rest of the country. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This year the fund has significantly outperformed as his investment thesis has played out. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What if there is almost no area in which humans outperform machines? Times, Sunday Times (2015)House prices here have vastly outperformed the rest of the borough. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The blue bars show the percentage of active funds that outperform. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are reports of systems that can outperform human beings in distinguishing between fake and genuine smiles. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Over the long term this fund should outperform. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It said that they rarely provide consistent returns and those that outperform one year often underperform the next. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The German economy continues to outperform fellow eurozone nations. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is also possible to identify bogey teams - the teams who consistently outperform against another side. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Banks and financial services companies consistently outperform other sectors when it comes to value-for-money chief executives. Times, Sunday Times (2014)London outperformed the rest of England with strong price rises. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Third, teams with more women outperformed ones with more men. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But the Londonlisted group said it is still outperforming the rest of the industry. The Sun (2009)Silver will follow gold, outperforming when the economy turns up and underperforming when the economy turns down. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But in the latter half of this year he has finally got to grips with the car and has consistently outperformed the younger man. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A rare example of the sickly British economy outperforming its peers below the equator. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Whether an elected Lords would outperform an appointed one, he does not say. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Trends of 'outperform'
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Translations for 'outperform'
British English: outperform VERB
If one thing outperforms another, the first is more successful or efficient than the second.
In recent years their economy has outperformed most others in the region.
Definition of outperform from the Collins English Dictionary
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