verb un·der·sell \ˌən-dər-ˈsel\

: to sell goods for a lower price than (another person or company)

: to be sold at a lower price than (something else)


Full Definition of UNDERSELL

transitive verb
:  to sell articles cheaper than <undersell a competitor> <we will not be undersold>
:  to sell cheaper than <imported cars that undersell domestic ones>

Examples of UNDERSELL

  1. They promised to undersell their competitors.
  2. We will not be undersold.
  3. imported cars that undersell domestic models

First Known Use of UNDERSELL



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