underperform
Verb

underperform (underperforms, present participle underperforming; past and past participle underperformed)

  1. To underachieve, to not reach standards or expectations, especially with respect to a financial investment.
    • 2002, Robert M. Grant, Contemporary Strategy Analysis: Concepts, Techniques, Applications, Page 40 ↗:
      Even outside the Anglo-Saxon world, underperforming public companies have become vulnerable to hostile takeover.
Antonyms Translations
  • Spanish: menosdesempeñarse, menosdesempeñar



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