underrunning


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un·der·run

 (ŭn′dər-rŭn′)
tr.v. un·der·ran (-răn′), un·der·run, un·der·run·ning, un·der·runs
1. To run, pass, or go beneath.
2. Nautical To haul (a line or cable) onto a boat for inspection or repair.
n.
1. Something that runs under, as:
a. An amount or a quantity produced that is less than what has been estimated.
b. The difference between this amount or quantity and what has been estimated.
2. An undercurrent.

underrunning

(ˌʌndəˈrʌnɪŋ)
adj
passing below
References in classic literature ?
"That was the major MOTIF," he hurriedly explained, "the big underrunning MOTIF, the cosmic and universal thing.
Underrunning a trawl means pulling it in on one side of the dory, picking off the fish, rebaiting the hooks, and passing them back to the sea again something like pinning and unpinning linen on a wash-line.
16 of the 20 programs with quantity changes are either equal to or underrunning their current baseline costs, as well as 60 of the 84 SARs reporting Unit Cost this SAR cycle overall.
There are no special problems with sadj made of steel.All you need is just to wash it underrunning water.
In general, the risk analysis including the Monte-Carlo method should give an understanding of overrunning (or underrunning) of the cost estimate (point estimate) by using a probability distribution for critical variables and illustrating the probability distribution of the overall project costs as well.
The purpose of this regulation is to offer effective protection against underrunning of vehicles.
This underrunning until avulsed is observed as underrun soles.