verb (past and past participle undersold)[with object]
- 1Sell something at a lower price than (a competitor): we can equal or undersell mail orderMore example sentences
- Meanwhile, corporate agribusiness can undersell the small family farmer, making the small farm economically unviable.
- In other words, we subsidize our farmers so heavily that they can undersell poor competitors abroad.
- There are unquestionably farmers in a number of developing countries who have been undersold and even put out of business by imports whose prices are artificially low thanks to subsidies the rich countries pay their farmers.
- 1.1Promote or rate (something) insufficiently; undervalue: don’t undersell yourselfMore example sentences
- As a result, they may undersell their strengths in order to avoid being singled out and made to feel conspicuous.
- To compare the world to an oyster (even one that is owned by me) is to undersell it a little, I think.
- He has always had a feel for what the audience wants and never knowingly undersells a great event or oversells a poor event.
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