Definition of undercharge
: to charge too little undercharge an oil company for shipments
underchargeplay \ˈən-dər-ˌchärj\ noun
Examples of undercharge in a Sentence
They undercharged him for the book by $5.
Recent Examples of undercharge from the Web
Dwarfed by size 16 print of the information up top, the tiny paragraph said the net effect of the errors meant Metro undercharged customers about $124,000 over the course of a year.
Uber undercharged drivers and riders in suburban Maryland for nearly three months, the company acknowledged, saying the 35-cent fee increase did not go into effect as planned.
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UNDERCHARGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of undercharge for English Language Learners
: to charge (someone) too little for something : to ask (someone) to pay too little money for something
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