Adjective "undergo" definition and examples

(Undergo may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ʌndəˈɡəʊ/

Definitions and examples

verb

Experience or be subjected to (something, typically something unpleasant or arduous)
  1. 'He, however, seemed to have undergone a kind of religious experience during the concert.'
  2. 'Four months later he underwent the life-saving surgery at Wythenshawe Hospital.'
  3. 'The new kitchens and art room are part of a block at the school that has already undergone extensive refurbishment.'
  4. 'Stella undergoes a traumatic experience and must deal with the aftermath.'
  5. 'She added that the British public was mostly unaware of the suffering undergone by the birds.'
  6. 'All the craft have been undergoing a complete overhaul before the final race training begins.'
  7. 'At the time of inspection, the prison was undergoing an extensive building programme.'
  8. 'He coped with the problem for two years before he underwent an operation which effectively cured him.'
  9. 'He did not suffer any broken bones but underwent physiotherapy and took a week off work.'
  10. 'When babies are born, they undergo all sorts of tests to make sure they're fit and healthy.'

More definitions

1. to be subjected to; experience; pass through: to undergo surgery.

2. to endure; sustain; suffer: to undergo sustained deprivation.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be undergo in/at/on dates."

"dates can be undergo at hospitals."

"people can be undergo on shoulders."

"people can be undergo on knees."

"people can be undergo after things."

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Origin

Old English undergān ‘undermine’ (see under-, go).