Definition of undervalue
1 : to value, rate, or estimate below the real worth undervalue stock
2 : to treat as having little value was undervalued as a poet
Examples of undervalue in a Sentence
Her contribution to the project was undervalued.
you shouldn't undervalue your talent—you are a very gifted singer
Recent Examples of undervalue from the Web
The International Monetary Fund said in its 2016 report on German that the country’s real effective exchange rate is undervalued by 10-20 percent.
The Dutch paint and coatings maker has said PPG’s offers undervalue the company and wouldn’t be in the best interest of all stakeholders.
Other winners may be industry leaders like Germany's SAP, which have been undervalued in their home markets.
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First Known Use of undervalue
UNDERVALUE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of undervalue for English Language Learners
: to place too low a value on (something)
: to fail to give enough importance to (something)
UNDERVALUE Defined for Kids
Definition of undervalue for Students
: to value below the real worth
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