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un·der·sell

 (ŭn′dər-sĕl′)
tr.v. un·der·sold (-sōld′), un·der·sell·ing, un·der·sells
1. To present (an idea, for example) with little or insufficient enthusiasm: Now that our proposal has failed, it's obvious that we undersold it.
2. To sell at a lower price than (a competitor); undercut.
3. To sell (something) at a price lower than the real, normal, or appropriate value.

un′der·sell′er n.

undersell

(ˌʌndəˈsɛl)
vb, -sells, -selling or -sold
1. (Commerce) to sell for less than the usual or expected price
2. (Commerce) (tr) to sell at a price lower than that of (another seller)
3. (Marketing) (tr) to advertise (merchandise) with moderation or restraint
ˌunderˈseller n

un•der•sell

(ˌʌn dərˈsɛl)

v.t. -sold, -sell•ing.
1. to sell more cheaply than (a competitor).
2. to sell (something) for less than the actual value.
[1615–25]
un`der•sell′er, n.

undersell


Past participle: undersold
Gerund: underselling

Imperative
undersell
undersell
Present
I undersell
you undersell
he/she/it undersells
we undersell
you undersell
they undersell
Preterite
I undersold
you undersold
he/she/it undersold
we undersold
you undersold
they undersold
Present Continuous
I am underselling
you are underselling
he/she/it is underselling
we are underselling
you are underselling
they are underselling
Present Perfect
I have undersold
you have undersold
he/she/it has undersold
we have undersold
you have undersold
they have undersold
Past Continuous
I was underselling
you were underselling
he/she/it was underselling
we were underselling
you were underselling
they were underselling
Past Perfect
I had undersold
you had undersold
he/she/it had undersold
we had undersold
you had undersold
they had undersold
Future
I will undersell
you will undersell
he/she/it will undersell
we will undersell
you will undersell
they will undersell
Future Perfect
I will have undersold
you will have undersold
he/she/it will have undersold
we will have undersold
you will have undersold
they will have undersold
Future Continuous
I will be underselling
you will be underselling
he/she/it will be underselling
we will be underselling
you will be underselling
they will be underselling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been underselling
you have been underselling
he/she/it has been underselling
we have been underselling
you have been underselling
they have been underselling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been underselling
you will have been underselling
he/she/it will have been underselling
we will have been underselling
you will have been underselling
they will have been underselling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been underselling
you had been underselling
he/she/it had been underselling
we had been underselling
you had been underselling
they had been underselling
Conditional
I would undersell
you would undersell
he/she/it would undersell
we would undersell
you would undersell
they would undersell
Past Conditional
I would have undersold
you would have undersold
he/she/it would have undersold
we would have undersold
you would have undersold
they would have undersold
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.undersell - sell cheaper than one's competitionundersell - sell cheaper than one's competition
sell - exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent; "He sold his house in January"; "She sells her body to survive and support her drug habit"
Translations
يَبيعُ بِثَمَنٍ أقَل مما باعَ به غَيْره
prodávat levněji
underbyde
elad: olcsóbban ad el
undirbjóîa
pardavinėti pigiau negu
pārdot lētāk/zem cenas
predávať lacnejšie
daha düşük fiatla satmak

undersell

[ˈʌndəˈsel] (undersold (pt, pp)) VT
1. (= undercut) [+ competitor] → vender a precio más bajo que
2. (fig) to undersell o.ssubestimarse, infravalorarse
Burnley has been undersold as a tourist centreno se ha hecho la debida publicidad de Burnley como centro turístico

undersell

[ˌʌndərˈsɛl] vt
[+ competitors] → vendre moins cher que
to undersell o.s. (= sell o.s. short) → se déprécier

undersell

[ˌʌndəˈsɛl] (undersold (pt, pp)) vt (competitors) → vendere a prezzi più bassi di (fig) → non valorizzare a sufficienza

undersell

(andəˈsel) past tense, past participle ˌunderˈsold (-ˈsould) verb
to sell goods at a lower price than (a competitor).
References in classic literature ?
Astor, on the contrary, would be able to supply his proposed establishment at the mouth of the Columbia by sea, and to ship the furs collected there directly to China, so as to undersell the Northwest Company in the great Chinese market.
However, both undersell themselves because actual figures show that the UK average starting salary for graduates is PS25,000.
Women and people of color often undersell their talents by not knowing what to ask for.
As Dr Jonathan Foyle said: "Come on Coventry, don't undersell yourself".
CEO highlights current gains, says firm under no pressure to undersell
A pal of the singer said: "She was keen to go but knows it's important not to undersell yourself.
They undersell the region's attractions at a time when we should be giving a strong message that the West Midlands is a great place to do business.