Definition of undersigned in English:

undersigned

Line breaks: under|signed
Pronunciation: /ʌndəˈsʌɪnd
 
, ˈʌndə-/
formal

noun

(the undersigned)
The signatory or co-signatories to the document in question: we, the undersigned, wish to protest at the current activities of the company
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  • We the undersigned wish to appeal to the sensibilities and careful deliberations of other County Councillors throughout County Sligo when considering this issue at a later date.
  • We, the undersigned, wish to express to you our grave concern about the ongoing and unrelenting nature of the crisis in the country.
  • Please contact the undersigned should you have any questions.

adjective

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Having appended one’s signature to the document in question: I, the undersigned vendor, agree to the above offer

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