Translation of undersell in Spanish:

undersell

Pronunciation: /ˌʌndərˈsel; ˌʌndəˈsel/

vt (past & past p -sold)

  • [competitor] vender más barato que we are never undersold vendemos más barato que nadie
    More example sentences
    • Meanwhile, corporate agribusiness can undersell the small family farmer, making the small farm economically unviable.
    • In other words, we subsidize our farmers so heavily that they can undersell poor competitors abroad.
    • There are unquestionably farmers in a number of developing countries who have been undersold and even put out of business by imports whose prices are artificially low thanks to subsidies the rich countries pay their farmers.

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