outprice

outprice

(ˌaʊtˈpraɪs)
vb (tr)
(Commerce) to sell at a better price than
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Skinny bundle services that start from scratch, such as Sling TV, need a different focus: They should lead with differentiation and value, trying to outprice the competition.
you say to those who say you outprice yourselves from the majority of wouldA[degrees]be Vlisco consumers?
They may even outprice people who want to live in the city but cannot compete due to high prices for both owned and rented apartments.
Considering that a major avionics upgrade could outprice the aircraft, it makes sense to consider repairing--instead of replacing--your existing equipment.
We want the hotel to be of good quality, but not to be so up market that it will outprice all the locals.
This can also help us fill low seasons, we need to ensure that we do not outprice ourselves and take into account the purchasing power of our visitors.
Independent retailers can still outsmart and outprice their competition.
That would help the Meko outprice the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), which is made by American firms General Dynamics Corp and Lockheed Martin Corp and which the Pentagon has been lobbying the Israelis to buy.
I told the customer that my efforts will far outprice the value of the gun, but he wants it back together.
This allowed the wealthiest farmers to outprice their competition, putting many small farmers out of business in countries where farming was the traditional binding socioeconomic force.
Further fare increases will not only outprice the average Welshman from using the rail network, but also affect the tourism sector.
Thirdly, non-transparent connection costs often outprice PV projects.