Definition of undersized in English:

undersized

Line breaks: under|sized
Pronunciation: /ʌndəˈsʌɪzd
 
, ˈʌndə-/
(also undersize)

adjective

Of less than the usual size: the undersized cubs may not survive the winter
More example sentences
  • Knits are central to this look, either hugely textured, fine silk knit with muted multi-coloured stripes, or slightly undersize, a bit like your wee brother's school jumper.
  • I trudged up the walkway into the tiny undersized school that I had the misfortune to attend.
  • The bathroom has a stool, sink and undersized bathtub I scrounged that is perfectly sized for the shower.
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