Definition of undergo in English:
verb (undergoes, undergoing /ʌndəˈɡəʊz/; past underwent /ʌndəɡəˈwɛnt/; past participle undergone /ʌndəˈɡɒn/)[with object]
Experience or be subjected to (something, typically something unpleasant or arduous): he underwent a life-saving brain operation
More example sentences
- Stella undergoes a traumatic experience and must deal with the aftermath.
- He probably typifies the early skeptic who then undergoes a conversion experience.
- Four months later he underwent the life-saving surgery at Wythenshawe Hospital.
go through, experience, engage in, undertake, live through, face, encounter, submit to, be subjected to, come in for, receive, sustain, endure, brave, bear, tolerate, stand, withstand, put up with, weather, support, brook, suffer, cope with;
British informal wear
Words that rhyme with undergoaglow, ago, alow, although, apropos, art nouveau, Bamako, Bardot, beau, Beaujolais Nouveau, below, bestow, blow, bo, Boileau, bons mots, Bordeaux, Bow, bravo, bro, cachepot, cheerio, Coe, crow, Defoe, de trop, doe, doh, dos-à-dos, do-si-do, dough, dzo, Flo, floe, flow, foe, foreknow, foreshow, forgo, Foucault, froe, glow, go, good-oh, go-slow, grow, gung-ho, Heathrow, heave-ho, heigh-ho, hello, ho, hoe, ho-ho, jo, Joe, kayo, know, lo, low, maillot, malapropos, Marceau, mho, Miró, mo, Mohs, Monroe, mot, mow, Munro, no, Noh, no-show, oh, oho, outgo, outgrow, owe, Perrault, pho, po, Poe, pro, quid pro quo, reshow, righto, roe, Rouault, row, Rowe, sew, shew, show, sloe, slow, snow, so, soh, sow, status quo, stow, Stowe, strow, tally-ho, though, throw, tic-tac-toe, to-and-fro, toe, touch-and-go, tow, trow, undersow, voe, whacko, whoa, wo, woe, Xuzhou, yo, yo-ho-ho, Zhengzhou, Zhou
What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?
Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.