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undercharge

verb un·der·charge \ˌən-dər-ˈchärj\

: to charge (someone) too little for something : to ask (someone) to pay too little money for something

Full Definition of UNDERCHARGE

transitive verb
:  to charge (as a person) too little
undercharge \ˈən-dər-ˌ\ noun

Examples of UNDERCHARGE

  1. They undercharged him for the book by $5.

First Known Use of UNDERCHARGE

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