Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outperform.(verb)
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Use "outperforms" in a sentence
"But gold's buying power over a very long term outperforms every currency on earth, at least according to my reading."
"Just because wine has outperformed over the past decade does not mean it "outperforms" as a general rule, let alone that it will in the future."
"My Mum has a DAB radio that "outperforms" FM but that is probably because in the North lakes part of Cumbria there is BBC 1-4 and Radio Cumbria, one independent station on analogue and that is about it."