Definition of Undercut:
Cow's back background.
Cut or use on the ground or on the ground (anything, especially rocks)
Offer goods or services at prices that are voluntarily lower than those received by competitors.
The shape of the hair in which the hair is shaved or cut very short on the sides or the back of the head, but still on a relatively long braid.
Removing or removing material from the floor of an object, such as a mountain, a coal bed, or part of a relief sculpture, creates a vacuum.
Offer goods or services (competitors) at a lower price.
(In sports such as tennis or golf) In the movement of turning the ball.
Synonyms of Undercut
Explode, Sell out, Show up, Blow up, Sabotage, Prove the contrary, Demolish, Chip away, Sell, Move, Sell retail, Discredit, Puncture, Sacrifice, Undermine, Charge a lower price than, Destabilize, Close out, Damage, Wholesale, Disprove, Merchandise, Undersell, Hollow out, Ruin, Sell on consignment, Disrupt, Blow sky-high, Underbid, Weaken, Sell up, Make a sale, Effect a sale, Subvert, Impair, Sell short, Retail, Excavate, Sell over, Invalidate, Market, Negative, Destroy, Deflate, Cut under, Convert into cash, Turn into money, Sap, Resell, Disconfirm, Undersell, Undermine, Cut out, Unload, Wreck, Sell wholesale, Cut away, Belie, Expose, Turn over, Gouge out, Undo, Sell off, Job, Charge less than, Threaten, Negate, Dump
How to use Undercut in a sentence?
- The big fish can protect the kit.
- These industries have been reduced by more efficient foreign producers.
- He styled his shortcut into a trivial cut.
- The foot of the mountain is free to walk on the waterfall.
- The president denied that his authority was being violated.
Meaning of Undercut & Undercut Definition