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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of underperform.


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  • He has trouble accepting when he's underperformed, which is a necessary thing to be a champion.

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  • The move comes after some of the company's key titles underperformed at the retail level.

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  • Justin one of my top 5 movies of all time, this is good news since I thought it was dead after it "underperformed" in 2003.

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  • Disney dropped its rights to the franchise after the second film 'underperformed' to the hugely successful first.

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  • The UK's largest test of domestic ground source heat pumps has disappointed with scientists reporting pumps 'underperformed'.

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  • The results of the study, published earlier this week, found the 83 devices monitored for a year 'underperformed'.

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  • The ruble "underperformed" this year because of Russia's comparatively lower interest rates and amid local political concerns, Pawlowski said.

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  • An extra headache for Waterstone's recently came from usually lucrative non-fiction big name autobiographies, which "underperformed" over the Christmas period.

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  • Governor Masaaki Shirakawa said this month that the economy has "underperformed" since January and weakening spending by companies and consumers will impair growth even as declines in exports and production moderate.

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  • Looking at the Blend strategies, if I think back, that was certainly a big growth driver through most of the last decade, and when you look at the performance since inception it looks like you kind of underperformed benchmarks.

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