Definition of underquote in English:

underquote

Line breaks: under|quote
Pronunciation: /ʌndəˈkwəʊt
 
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verb

[with object]
Give too low an estimated cost for (a commodity or service): he said that he had underquoted the job and had run out of money
More example sentences
  • Our system is not set up to calculate international shipping and underquotes international shipping rates.
  • Well, agents found guilty of underquoting face the loss of their licence and fines of up to $22,000.
  • Also be aware of an agent that overquotes to sellers and underquotes to buyers, says Jenman.

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