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Undercharging

ˌʌn.dəˈtʃɑːdʒ

Meanings of Undercharging:

verb

Charge (someone) a price or amount that is too low.

Usage examples:

The retailer has been undercharged and actually owes the supplier more money
noun

A charge that is insufficient.

Usage examples:

‘the developer in both cases had paid the agreed contribution and as a result the undercharge is un…

Underclass

ˈʌn.də.klɑːs

Meanings of Underclass:

noun

The lowest social stratum in a country or community, consisting of the poor and unemployed.

Usage examples:

The film is about the disillusioned underclass of society

Undercliff

ˈʌndəklɪf

Meanings of Undercliff:

noun

A terrace or lower cliff formed by a landslip.

Usage examples:

At one stage we found ourselves walking the ‘undercliff’, where soft strata have eroded into the ro…

Underclothes

ˈʌn.də.kləʊðz

Meanings of Underclothes:

plural noun

Clothes worn under others, typically next to the skin.

Usage examples:

A change of underclothes

Meanings of Underclothing:

noun

Clothing worn under other clothes, typically next to the skin.

Usage examples:

She helps sarah into fresh underclothing and a clean robe.
plural noun

Underwear

Meanings of Undercoat:

noun

A layer of paint applied after the primer and before the topcoat.

Usage examples:

The woodwork was primed and had two undercoats
verb

Apply an undercoat of paint to.

Usage examples:

She was busy undercoating the bookshelves

Undercoated

ˈʌndəkəʊt

Meanings of Undercoated:

verb

Apply an undercoat of paint to.

Usage examples:

She was busy undercoating the bookshelves
noun

A layer of paint applied after the primer and before the topcoat.

Usage examples:

The woodwork was primed and had two undercoats

Undercoating

ˈʌndəkəʊt

Meanings of Undercoating:

verb

Apply an undercoat of paint to.

Usage examples:

She was busy undercoating the bookshelves
noun

A layer of paint applied after the primer and before the topcoat.

Usage examples:

The woodwork was primed and had two undercoats

Undercoats

ˈʌn.də.kəʊt

Meanings of Undercoats:

noun

A layer of paint applied after the primer and before the topcoat.

Usage examples:

The woodwork was primed and had two undercoats
verb

Apply an undercoat of paint to.

Usage examples:

She was busy undercoating the bookshelves

Underconsumption

ˌʌndəkənˈsʌmpʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Underconsumption:

noun

The purchase of goods and services at a level lower than that of their supply.

Usage examples:

The model, which seeks to offset underconsumption in the private sector by increased public sector …

Meanings of Undercook:

verb

Cook (something) insufficiently or less than is customary.

Usage examples:

I slightly undercook my apples because they get dry if cooked through

Meanings of Undercooked:

verb

Cook (something) insufficiently or less than is customary.

Usage examples:

I slightly undercook my apples because they get dry if cooked through
adjective

Not cooked enough

Usage examples:

People can become infected after eating raw or undercooked meat., to make a nice soft cookie they s…

Meanings of Undercooking:

verb

Cook (something) insufficiently or less than is customary.

Usage examples:

I slightly undercook my apples because they get dry if cooked through

Meanings of Undercooks:

verb

Cook (something) insufficiently or less than is customary.

Usage examples:

I slightly undercook my apples because they get dry if cooked through

Meanings of Undercool:

verb

Another term for supercool.

Undercooled

ˈʌndəkʊːl

Meanings of Undercooled:

verb

Another term for supercool.

Undercover

ˌʌn.dəˈkʌv.ər

Meanings of Undercover:

adjective

Involving secret work within a community or organization, especially for the purposes of police investigation or espionage.

Usage examples:

An undercover police operation

Meanings of Undercroft:

noun

The crypt of a church.

Usage examples:

The spatial result resembles a cathedral crypt or an undercroft, yet it is all above ground.

Undercurrent

ˈʌn.dəˌkʌr.ənt

Meanings of Undercurrent:

noun

An underlying feeling or influence, especially one that is contrary to the prevailing atmosphere and is not expressed openly.

Usage examples:

Racial undercurrents

Meanings of Undercurrents:

noun

An underlying feeling or influence, especially one that is contrary to the prevailing atmosphere and is not expressed openly.

Usage examples:

Racial undercurrents

Undercut

ˌʌn.dəˈkʌt

Meanings of Undercut:

verb

Offer goods or services at a lower price than (a competitor).

Usage examples:

These industries have been undercut by more efficient foreign producers
noun

A space formed by the removal or absence of material from the lower part of something.

Usage examples:

There may be some bigger fish in the safety of the undercut

Meanings of Undercuts:

verb

Offer goods or services at a lower price than (a competitor).

Usage examples:

These industries have been undercut by more efficient foreign producers
noun

A space formed by the removal or absence of material from the lower part of something.

Usage examples:

There may be some bigger fish in the safety of the undercut

Meanings of Underdeveloped:

adjective

Not fully developed.

Usage examples:

Underdeveloped kidneys

Meanings of Underdevelopment:

noun

Incomplete or insufficient development.

Usage examples:

Countries hampered by economic underdevelopment

Meanings of Underdog:

noun

A competitor thought to have little chance of winning a fight or contest.

Usage examples:

We go into this game as the underdogs
idiom

One who is at a disadvantage and expected to lose

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