- vt. （股票等）運作差于（一般市場價格）
- vi. 表現不佳；工作不如預期（或同行）
1.Institutional investors and hedge funds expect as a matter of course that boards will hold managers to account and sack bosses who badly underperform.
2.So are mutual funds doomed to underperform?
3.Already, some construction lawyers have said that owners might face additional risk of lawsuits if buildings are found to underperform.
4.Headmasters are often appointed in their 30s and rewarded with merit pay if they do well but moved on quickly if their schools underperform.
5.A website that just sits there, without a consistently strong promotional effort, will continue to underperform.
6.Among the handful of occupations that underperform engineering in the percentage of female practitioners is truck driving, at 5 percent.
7.Research by Lucian Bebchuk, a Harvard professor, found that US companies with mechanisms to block takeovers underperform those that lack them.
8.His recommendation is an understated "underperform" - Wall Street code for sell.