To surpass (another) in performance.(verb-transitive)
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Use "outperform" in a sentence
"The fourth-largest eastern U.S. coal producer was rated new market outperform' with a 12-month target share price of $25.00 at Howard Weil today, and was upped to outperform' from market perform' with a 12-month target price of $21.00 at FBR Capital Markets yesterday, on optimism regarding economic recovery."
"PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of stylish action title outperform Wii iteration in Japan on week one"
""A longer-term outperform rating" means what exactly?"