from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To perform better or achieve more success than expected.
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- v. To achieve more or at a higher level of quality than what was expected.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. perform better or achieve a greater degree of success than expected
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"I don't think there's even one guy on our team, even the big-money guys that doesn't have something to prove… I think these guys will play hard, and we can call it 'overachieve,' but I think the team is better than people are giving it credit for."
Thank you for putting your thoughts down, and for reminding those of us that "overachieve" in SL of some basic tenants that *really* will help us...if we slow down and follow them.
Google Apps is looking to "overachieve" on its 99.9 percent service level agreement to enterprises, according to an executive speaking at an investor conference.
- Google Apps is looking to "overachieve" on its 99.9 percent service level agreement to enterprises, according to an executive speaking at an investor conference.
But in tomorrow's report, the story of ethnicity is a complicated one – in which poor black boys underachieve, as do those from Irish Traveller families, but poor Chinese girls overachieve; Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities see different outcomes to Indian ones; and there is a growing group of mixed race children who in themselves have complex outcomes.
The Manager of the Year Award traditionally goes to the manager of the team that appeared to overachieve the most.
It seems this is their playoffs, this is their opportunity to shine and they overachieve for the early part.
For some people, it beats you down or makes you overachieve to prove the naysayers wrong.
• Smith must continue to overachieve with threadbare squad• Steven Davis: 'This has been a learning curve for many of us'
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