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
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said Pitta is undergoing tests to determine the severity of the injury.
The Miami Herald (http://hrld.us/2rrS1yY ) reports Lattia Baumeister of Rock Island, Illinois, died Thursday while undergoing an unidentified procedure at Seduction by Jardon’s Medical Center in Doral.
San Diegan Bruce Urquhart walked the 2010 race five months after being diagnosed with melanoma cancer and undergoing brain surgery.
There is another antenna in Italy known as Virgo now undergoing its final testing.
The U.S. House of Representatives, of course, passed the American Heath Care Act last month and it is expected to undergo significant changes upon deliberation in the Senate.
Korean Register, the agency responsible for regularly surveying the Stellar Queen, said last week the ship underwent a survey and was being repaired in Brazil at the request of the owner.
Nostalgia—generally defined as a sentimental longing for bygone times—underwent a particularly significant metamorphosis in 1888, when Kodak released the first commercially successful camera for amateurs.
The federal government is undergoing a rebranding under President Donald Trump - although not all at his direction.
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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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