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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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The meat industry will forever be scarred by exploitation, undercutting and discrimination if the dominant player washes its hands of responsibility.
As a preview of the results, we find that (1) sellers employ automated pricing algorithms more often than they manually set their own price, (2a) automated undercutting leads to prices similar to the game-theoretic prediction, (2b) automated low-price matching generates prices significantly higher than the game-theoretic prediction, (2c) automated trigger pricing results in market prices below the game-theoretic prediction, and (3) greater commitment to automated low-price matching shifts prices closer to the joint profit-maximizing outcome.
A spokeswoman for Rangers said the club was powerless to stop the undercutting.
Male trade unionists' primary goal was to keep up men's earnings, by preventing low female wages from undercutting those of men, but they developed a moral rationale for the breadwinner wage and women's exclusion from the labor market.
The exponential growth of e-commerce is making data mining more crucial than ever, but the companies that hold the key to its future--storage system suppliers--are squandering their advantage by focusing on undercutting each other on price rather than positioning themselves on value.
Eccentric smaller circles were centred on a similar pin 29 feet away; these determined the edges of the galleries within the dome, and generated the asymmetrical form of the aluminium apron undercutting inwards below the soffit of the dome.
The staves work best, in harmony with his Barbizon-like landscapes, while the neon and metal excrescences read more as overt disclaimers, undercutting the focused drama of their brown-grisaille worlds.
8 mm (2-in) diagonal scribe was made on one side of each of the salt-fog and Sea Isle panels to evaluate film undercutting.
Until recently, most MVNOs were similar and offered no-frills services, often based on prepaid voice at prices undercutting the incumbents' offerings.
UNION leaders yesterday warned of the danger that unscrupulous employers could be undercutting their rivals by hiring the jobless at the expense of taxpayers.
Italian aviation agency Enac said it was fully within its rights to prevent foreign companies from undercutting Alitalia prices on certain routes and that all airlines, apart from British Airways, complied with the request to raise air fares.
These mills--designated ROUNDMILL--can ramp down, perform undercutting, and machine in an upward direction.
He needs to understand that by being mean to you, not only is he generating stress and dissatisfaction, he is also undercutting performance and productivity.