underheat

underheat

(ˌʌndəˈhiːt)
vb
to heat insufficiently
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LWM Associate Phil Beardmore said: "Our research suggests that people on low incomes tend to underheat their homes, so there is no guarantee that the fuel bill savings on measures such as solid wall insulation will pay for themselves during the 25 year lifetime of the Green Deal.
If you simply put an inductor in place and turn on the power, you will overheat the cheeks at top dead center and underheat the pin in the fillet area at bottom dead center.
In the pickle process, it is important not to underheat the product because of food safety concerns, nor overheat the product, which would soften it.
The transformation of bean properties was initially achieved by applying the heat from a wood fire while skillfully agitating the beans in a pan, wok, or metal sphere so as not to burn or underheat any of the beans.