Definition of undertrick in English:

undertrick

Syllabification: un·der·trick
Pronunciation: /ˈəndərˌtrik
 
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noun

Bridge
A trick by which the declarer falls short of their contract.
More example sentences
  • If just one player was up, that player gives each of the other players as many unwanted cards face down as they had undertricks.
  • If you take fewer tricks than you bid you lose one point for each undertrick.
  • If the bidder and partner fail they each pay 1 unit plus 1 per undertrick.

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