Spoil Market, v.

Etymology: < clipping of spoil the market

v. phr. (Eng.) often joc.

1. To engage in a task resulting in high standards and cause others doing that same task to try and work harder in order to meet these higher standards. This is usually in order to refrain from looking inferior if the expectations, which were raised, are not met.

Source: http://mrsuan.wordpress.com/2011/05/19/totally-spoil-market/

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