Adjective "Undercut" Definition and Examples




    1. to cut under or beneath.

    2. to cut away material from so as to leave a portion overhanging, as in carving or sculpture.

    3. to offer goods or services at a lower price or rate than (a competing price or rate) or than that of (a competitor).

    4. to weaken or destroy the impact or effectiveness of; undermine.

    5. Golf. to hit (the ball) so as to cause a backspin.

    6. Tennis. to slice (the ball) using an underhand motion.

    7. to cut (a sound rec


    "analysts can be undercut by divisions."

    "prices can be undercut."

    "coals can be undercut."

    "analysts can be undercut."