Translation of outperform in Spanish:


superar, v.

Pronunciation /ˌaʊtpərˈfɔrm//aʊtpəˈfɔːm/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (perform better than)
    (car/employee) superar
    • Other researchers have found that when essay exams are used to evaluate performance, women outperformed their male counterparts.
    • In other words, we tested whether either method outperforms the other and whether that performance was conditional on the sampling strategy employed.
    • The carrier's 1,092-foot flight deck outperforms some of the best commercial airports, launching and recovering up to 90 aircraft on hundreds of flights every day, according to the Navy.
    • The CEO who knows that his or her multi-million dollar salary will only continue to be paid if the firm outperforms the competition will be driven to succeed.
    • In fact, of the 13 states that exceeded the federal minimum wage in 2003, seven outperformed the rest of the country in job creation.
    • In comparing our performance to other long distance operators, we outperform many.
    • We are committed to direct relationships, providing the best products and services based on standards-based technology, and outperforming the competition with value and a superior customer experience.
    • The overall results indicated accurate, comparable, and clinically acceptable performance for both devices, with neither device outperforming the other.
    • Cumbria's teenagers are outperforming the national average in new performance tables released this week based on tests for 14-year-olds.
    • The girls are outperforming the lads and it's time we did something to stop it.
    • In the macabre league of risky sports, it is a revelation to learn that fishing outperforms skydiving for leaving its participants with nasty injuries.
    • Do you congratulate players when they win and outperform others or when they try hard and improve?
    • With loan repayments exceeding 98 per cent, it outperforms all other banks in Bangladesh and most banks around the world.
    • The fly-by-wire concept allows combat aircraft to perform incredible maneuvers and outperform the enemy.
    • An enormous effort has gone into ensuring that this concert outperforms the great event of 1985 and raises awareness of a fundamental cause.
    • He says his company outperforms its industry in the area of employee retention, even during a downturn about two years ago that saw bonuses dry up in the wake of a failed merger attempt.
    • The results revealed that the experimental group significantly outperformed the control group on gross motor skills and locomotion.
    • Maybe it's that the duct-tape efficiency has the capacity to transcend design - to outperform its specifications.
    • As the data indicate, the experimental group outperformed the control group on the extended-response essay.
    • Occasionally, then, give an assignment designed to demonstrate that you think an employee has what it takes to outperform himself.
  • 2

    (be more profitable than)
    (benchmark/index) sobrepasar
    • Corporate bonds were mixed this week, with investment grade issues outperforming the wobbly junk.
    • Over the eighteen-year horizon from birth until university, shares are likely to outperform all other mainstream investments.
    • Over the long run, as the graph dramatically shows, equities have strongly outperformed bonds and inflation.
    • The reason this fund outperformed its peers was due to good stock picking.
    • The way I learned it is that in the long run stock investments outperform bonds.
    • The Latin American currencies generally outperformed their global counterparts.
    • Even if foreign investments outperform domestic ones, he adds, higher fees eat up the extra return.
    • Over the longer term, a growth portfolio has historically outperformed an income portfolio by a wide margin.
    • The debate about whether property investment will outperform an investment in the stock market will run and run.
    • First, it means that a lot of homeowners are rationally looking at their homes as financial assets that are currently outperforming other investments.
    • For two decades the pharma sector consistently outperformed the broad market.
    • All available knowledge points to equities dramatically outperforming every other kind of investment over a period of time.
    • I'm even comfortable with the ups and downs of the stock market, knowing that shares outperform every other investment over the long term.
    • On a historical basis, equities have consistently outperformed property when measured over a 10 or 20-year period.
    • Discerning investments in art will outperform the equity markets and is currently a better bet for me than anything else.
    • As the bear market has gone back into its cave, small cap stocks have been outperforming their larger rivals.
    • This would appear to suggest that investing in property outperforms an investment in the stock market - that is until you consider that the stock market is usually a leading indicator of the economy.
    • That said, equity-based investments are expected to outperform cash in the longer term.
    • Gold has still not returned to its highs of 1980 and all high quality bonds were a great investment and have outperformed equities.
    • I wrote last week about how equities outperform bonds which outperform cash investments over time, but are more volatile in the short term.