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un·der·shoot

 (ŭn′dər-sho͞ot′)
v. un·der·shot (-shŏt′), un·der·shoot·ing, un·der·shoots
v.tr.
1. To shoot a projectile short of (a target).
2.
a. To start the approach of one's aircraft to (a landing area) too low or too soon.
b. To land an aircraft short of (a landing area).
v.intr.
1. To shoot short of a target.
2. To land short of a landing area.

undershoot

(ˌʌndəˈʃuːt)
vb, -shoots, -shooting or -shot
1. (Aeronautics) (of a pilot) to cause (an aircraft) to land short of (a runway) or (of an aircraft) to land in this way
2. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) to shoot a projectile so that it falls short of (a target)

un•der•shoot

(ˌʌn dərˈʃut, ˈʌn dərˌʃut)

v. -shot, -shoot•ing. v.t.
1. to shoot or launch a projectile that falls short of (a target).
2. (of an aircraft or pilot) to land before reaching (a landing strip) because of a too rapid loss of altitude.
v.i.
3. to shoot or launch a projectile that falls short of a target.
[1655–65]

undershoot


Past participle: undershot
Gerund: undershooting

Imperative
undershoot
undershoot
Present
I undershoot
you undershoot
he/she/it undershoots
we undershoot
you undershoot
they undershoot
Preterite
I undershot
you undershot
he/she/it undershot
we undershot
you undershot
they undershot
Present Continuous
I am undershooting
you are undershooting
he/she/it is undershooting
we are undershooting
you are undershooting
they are undershooting
Present Perfect
I have undershot
you have undershot
he/she/it has undershot
we have undershot
you have undershot
they have undershot
Past Continuous
I was undershooting
you were undershooting
he/she/it was undershooting
we were undershooting
you were undershooting
they were undershooting
Past Perfect
I had undershot
you had undershot
he/she/it had undershot
we had undershot
you had undershot
they had undershot
Future
I will undershoot
you will undershoot
he/she/it will undershoot
we will undershoot
you will undershoot
they will undershoot
Future Perfect
I will have undershot
you will have undershot
he/she/it will have undershot
we will have undershot
you will have undershot
they will have undershot
Future Continuous
I will be undershooting
you will be undershooting
he/she/it will be undershooting
we will be undershooting
you will be undershooting
they will be undershooting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been undershooting
you have been undershooting
he/she/it has been undershooting
we have been undershooting
you have been undershooting
they have been undershooting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been undershooting
you will have been undershooting
he/she/it will have been undershooting
we will have been undershooting
you will have been undershooting
they will have been undershooting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been undershooting
you had been undershooting
he/she/it had been undershooting
we had been undershooting
you had been undershooting
they had been undershooting
Conditional
I would undershoot
you would undershoot
he/she/it would undershoot
we would undershoot
you would undershoot
they would undershoot
Past Conditional
I would have undershot
you would have undershot
he/she/it would have undershot
we would have undershot
you would have undershot
they would have undershot
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.undershoot - fall short of (the runway) in a landingundershoot - fall short of (the runway) in a landing; "The plane undershot the runway"
land, set down - reach or come to rest; "The bird landed on the highest branch"; "The plane landed in Istanbul"
2.undershoot - shoot short of or below (a target)undershoot - shoot short of or below (a target)  
miss - fail to reach; "The arrow missed the target"
overshoot - shoot beyond or over (a target)
Translations

undershoot

[ˌʌndəˈʃuːt] (undershot (pt, pp))
A. VT [+ target] → no alcanzar, no llegar a
to undershoot the runway (Aer) → aterrizar antes de llegar a la pista
B. VIno alcanzar el blanco
we have undershot by £80nos faltan 80 libras para alcanzar el objetivo
References in classic literature ?
"Better to overshoot than to undershoot," added Aylward.
The modest undershoots in the jobs report and other data, as well as the ongoing trade worries and weakness abroad, along with low inflation, all suggest the FOMC will be back in with another easing or two later this year.
The precise controllability of the new units has eliminated overshoots and undershoots, constraining the temperature of the water from the heating system returning to the plant room to [+ or -]0.5[degrees]C.
The FM20L08 is a true surface-mount solution with no rework steps required for battery attachment and is highly resistant to negative voltage and undershoots that plague battery-backed SRAM.
It can monitor two channels in the mold cavity or one each in the cavity and nozzle; This compact unit has 10-millisec update speed, touchscreen digital display of pressure curves and numerical values, flash-card memory to store cycle data and set-ups, and ability to signal a bad shot if pressure exceeds or undershoots preset limits.
The wall shear stress sharply Undershoots and then gradually steadies (below its upstream value).
In figure 3, going from 20 to 60 rpm, the PID controller undershoots the setpoint as it is recovering from the initial upset and then takes a considerable amount of time, about 25 minutes overall, to reach setpoint.
Perry also computes a condition for the CCE to be stable (his equation (12)): the actual response of the other firm must exceed (undershoot) ltd anticipated response when the conjectural variation undershoots (exceeds) the consistent value.