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  1. undercount

    • v.
      enumerate (something, especially a sector of a population in a census) at a lower figure than the actual figure
    • n.
      a count or figure that is inaccurately low;the amount by which a count or figure falls short of the actual figure
    • verb: undercount, 3rd person present: undercounts, gerund or present participle: undercounting, past tense: undercounted, past participle: undercounted

    • noun: undercount, plural noun: undercounts

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. enumerate (something, especially a sector of a population in a census) at a lower figure than the actual figure they have been accused of undercounting the homeless Baltimore's population was undercounted by about 36,000 people

    名詞

    • 1. a count or figure that is inaccurately low an undercount would thwart this progress
    • the amount by which a count or figure falls short of the actual figure other states had significantly larger undercounts
    • 更多解釋
    • v.
      enumerate (something, especially a sector of a population in a census) at a lower figure than ... they have been accused of undercounting the homeless Baltimore's population was undercounted by about 36,000 people
    • n.
      a count or figure that is inaccurately low: an undercount would thwart this progress

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