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  1. undercut

    • v.
      offer goods or services at a lower price than (a competitor);cut or wear away the part below or under (something, especially a cliff)
    • n.
      a space formed by the removal or absence of material from the lower part of something, such as a cliff, a coal seam, or part of a carving in relief;a notch cut in a tree trunk to guide its fall when felled.
    • verb: undercut, 3rd person present: undercuts, gerund or present participle: undercutting, past tense: undercut, past participle: undercut

    • noun: undercut, plural noun: undercuts

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    • 1. a space formed by the removal or absence of material from the lower part of something, such as a cliff, a coal seam, or part of a carving in relief there may be some bigger fish in the safety of the undercut
    • North American a notch cut in a tree trunk to guide its fall when felled.
    • 2. British the underside of a sirloin of beef.
    • 3. a hairstyle in which the hair is shaved or cut very short on the sides or back of the head but left relatively long on top she styled her short bob into an edgy undercut
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    • v.
      offer goods or services at a lower price than (a competitor): these industries have been undercut by more efficient foreign producers
    • n.
      a space formed by the removal or absence of material from the lower part of something: there may be some bigger fish in the safety of the undercut

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