Outsource [verb]

Definition of Outsource:

contract out

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Sentence/Example of Outsource:

Instead, it built out massive internet infrastructure where content moderation has been an afterthought and a job to be outsourced to the less fortunate.

Imperial Beach is one of several cities in San Diego County that outsources its policing efforts to the Sheriff’s Department.

Modern-day omnivores have long outsourced the dirty work, of course.

On July 13, according to her declaration, Werner called Morris after reading a newspaper article about the Sheriff’s Department exploring the possibility of outsourcing jail medical and mental health services to a private contractor.

Ratings and reviews, like Maps themselves are ultimately too important, to be outsourced even to strong third party platforms like TripAdvisor and Yelp.

Mark Zuckerberg has long outsourced relations with the ad industry to Sheryl Sandberg.

If you can afford it, you can outsource some specialized tasks to talented contractors who have a specific skill set that you’re looking for.