noun (plural undersupplies)
An insufficient stock or amount of something: soaring construction levels resulted in a global undersupply of steel [mass noun]: house-price inflation has largely been caused by undersupply
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- The rapid growth of the economy has led to soaring construction levels there, resulting in a global undersupply of steel.
- The increased demand for retail space, combined with an undersupply of accommodation, is pushing rents up strongly.
- The result was an undersupply of beds, for which private providers rushed to compensate.
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