To outsource is to obtain goods or services from a foreign supplier instead of a local or internal source.(verb)
When a company gets cheap labor from China instead of having its products made by American workers, this is an example of when it outsources.
See outsource in Webster's New World College Dictionary
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transitive verb out·sourced, out·sourc·ing, out·sourc·es
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