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Synonyms for undercut

charge less than

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underprice

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the material removed by a cut made underneath

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the tender meat of the loin muscle on each side of the vertebral column

a notch cut in the trunk of tree in order to determine the direction of its fall

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(sports) a stroke that puts reverse spin on the ball

a cut made underneath to remove material

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sell cheaper than one's competition

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cut away material from the underside of (an object) so as to leave an overhanging portion in relief

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cut away the underpart of

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strike (the ball) in golf, tennis, or hockey obliquely downward so as to give a backspin or elevation to the shot

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cut obliquely into (a tree) below the main cut and on the side toward which the tree will fall

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Designed around an undercut box-bob, the emphasis is on extreme contrasts; pushing haircutting techniques with precision but avant garde design.
Due to the horizontal undercut step design on the tooth front, SiroLock "locks" the fibers with the geometric constraint instead of with the friction between tooth front and fibers, while EvoStep retains fibers with the locally increase friction on the delicately slanted evolutionary step aiming at the "fit for use" aggressiveness and correspondingly optimum fiber retaining capabilities.
If a seal is required in the top of the closure, an undercut can often be molded into the part to hold such a seal in place.
The willingness of some supermarkets to compete on fuel prices only where they have to is creating a golden opportunity for independent fuel retailers to undercut them," he said.
RENAULT says it plans to play the Germans at their own game with a new coupe that undercuts the best-selling BMW 3 Series rival by almost pounds 8,000.
The base has a double-step undercut that forms a vertical design line step and then an underlap/overlap assembly.
Responding to the oft-made allegation that China began to undercut Mexican prices, Gruben notes that China had the lion's share of the U.
military would fight hard and well but blindly, and the noble sacrifices of soldiers would be undercut by the lack of thoughtful leadership at the top.
In response, insurers may be tempted to renew policies for less premium to retain their business, or they may undercut other carriers' prices to gain market share and immediate short-term profits.
Unleashing the Power of PR also debunks common myths that undercut the effectiveness of PR and obscure its real value.
He describes the efforts of Native Americans to protect their way of life while negotiating with the interlopers, a strategy that was undercut by the ravages of smallpox and other introduced diseases.
While it is true that John and Susie see their marriage as providing them with a "balance" and "wholeness" that their previous lives certainly lacked, the final scenes introduce ironies that complicate matters and certainly undercut any stereotypically "happy ending.
The undercut from etching distorts the shape of the track by as much as 2-mils of cross-sectional width.
Holland tells the paper that the fee is below market prices and will undercut competition from private companies, but SPSA officials say the price is on par with what private construction debris landfills charge, according to the Virginian-Pilot.
We all understand that, as compelling an argument as one can make to spend whatever it takes to be safe and secure, the financial realities facing a CEO often undercut it.