Examples of undergo in a Sentence
She will have to undergo an operation.
some people undergo a complete transformation while away at college
Recent Examples of undergo from the Web
Capps, who underwent elbow reconstruction in March 2016, began a rehab assignment April 11.
Luke, who underwent knee surgery June 5 and was expected to miss most of July, plans to return to his home in Bridgewater, New Jersey for rehabilitation, according to the news release.
Every professor in this country has undergone gruelingly rigorous training over many years to become a person who knows enough to teach your children—about the Big Bang or music theory, about Serbo-Croatian syntax or paleontology, about Jane Austen.
Victoria's Secret is currently undergoing a major remodel and will reopen on July 21.
Aside from the initial cost of sequencing (which was covered by the study), patients who underwent the genomic screen paid an average of $350 additional in healthcare costs over the next 6 months, Vassy and colleagues reported.
Former Dolphins defensive end Jeff Cross, 51, underwent a career-ending back operation.
In response, Metro is now undergoing a massive study of ridership patterns and what patrons desire from the system.
Engineers at the revolutionary mattress company developed 110 prototypes, underwent 460 hours of laboratory testing and conducted 11 months of dog sleep studies to develop a durable mattress for man's best friend.
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First Known Use of undergo
UNDERGO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of undergo for English Language Learners
: to experience or endure (something)
UNDERGO Defined for Kids
Definition of undergo for Students
: to experience or endure (something) I have to undergo an operation. He underwent a change of feelings.
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