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Noun overachievement has 1 sense
  1. overachievement - better than expected performance (better than might have been predicted from intelligence tests)
    --1 is a kind of
    Antonyms: underachievement
    Derived form: verb overachieve1

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Term: overachievement


Overachievement is the act of surpassing expectations or achieving more than what is typically required or considered normal.

Part of Speech:
  • Noun
  1. In a general context:

    - She is known for her overachievement in academics and extracurricular activities.
    - The company's culture emphasizes overachievement and rewards employees for exceeding targets.

  2. In a sports context:

    - Michael Jordan's overachievement on the basketball court led him to become one of the greatest players of all time.
    - The team's victory can be attributed to the overachievement of their star striker.

  3. In a business context:

    - The company's overachievement of sales goals resulted in record-breaking profits.
    - The CEO commended the team for their overachievement in securing a major client.

Sample Sentences:
  1. Her consistent overachievement in every aspect of her life made her a role model for many.
  2. The athlete's overachievement in the marathon surprised everyone, including herself.
  3. John's relentless overachievement at work often caused his colleagues to feel inadequate.
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