outsell outsell  /aʊt ˈsɛl/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) be sold more often than other, similar products
  2. (v) sell more than others

Usage(s):

  1. While France likes to boast of its high-brow credentials, Asterix books easily outsell those of worthy rivals Proust, Sartre and Balzac.
  2. What the kids may not care about is that Mounds and Almond Joy outsell even the Hershey bar among 100 candies.
  3. Like Harry Potter's Hogwarts, EA is divided into competitive teams; each works on a separate game, each wants to outsell the others.

News

  1. Why Germany's Used-Car Salesmen Are Busier

    Pre-owned cars outsell new wheels 2 to 1 in Germany
    on June 28, 2013     Source: BusinessWeek

  2. Gartner: Apple's two OS platforms will overtake MS sales in 2015

    Predictions from Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi, a research vice president and the market analysis firm, will startle long-time computer users: essentially, Microsoft's long reign at the top of the technological heap is over. The company predicts devices using Apple's iOS and OS X will outsell devices running the various forms of Windows (including mobile) by 2015 -- even including business ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: MacNN

Quotes

  1. "In the competition between PCs and Macs, we outsell Apple 30-to-1. But there is no doubt that Apple is thriving. Why? Because they are good at providing an experience that is narrow but complete, while our commitment to choice often comes with some...
    on Jul 24, 2008 By: Steve Ballmer Source: Register

  2. "Apple outsold RIM last quarter, and this is a milestone for us. RIM is a good company that makes good products, and so it is surprising that we could outsell them in any quarter after only 15 months in the market," said Jobs.
    on Oct 21, 2008 By: Steve Jobs Source: Macworld

  3. "Not seeing a lot of reason to continue even trying to make games, at this point, when a remake of Frogger, one of the worst games in the history of old arcade games, can outsell Space Giraffe that we put so much love and effort into, by more than...
    on Nov 22, 2007 By: Jeff Minter Source: CVG Online

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