Definition of understored in English:


Syllabification: un·der·stored
Pronunciation: /ˈəndərˌstôrd


Supplied with fewer retail stores than the market demands: specific market niches in which Chicago is understored compared to Los Angeles and New York
More example sentences
  • Several markets in the U.S. with high-growth population rates are relatively understored and need more pharmacies.
  • Secondly, Argentina was greatly understored having only a couple of foreign retailers.
  • But the retail sector contains enormous opportunities: New York City remains sorely understored compared with the rest of the country.

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