verb (used with object), underbought, underbuying.
to buy more cheaply than (another).
to buy at less than the actual value.
verb (used without object), underbought, underbuying.
to buy an insufficient quantity, as of supplies or stock in trade.
verb -buys, -buying, -bought
to buy (stock in trade) in amounts lower than required
(transitive) to buy at a price below that paid by (others)
(transitive) to pay a price less than the true value for
adjective 1. of, situated, or for use under the arm or in the armpit: an underarm deodorant. 2. underhand: an underarm pitch in softball. noun 3. armpit. adverb 4. underhand. adjective 1. (of a measurement) extending along the arm from wrist to armpit 2. (sport) of or denoting a style of throwing, bowling, or serving […]
- Under any circumstances
under any circumstances Also, under no circumstances . See under the circumstances
adjective 1. having inferior breeding or manners; vulgar. 2. not of pure breed, as a horse. adjective 1. of impure stock; not thoroughbred 2. a less common word for ill-bred
underbudgeted [uhn-der-buhj-i-tid] /ˌʌn dərˈbʌdʒ ɪ tɪd/ Word Origin adjective 1. furnished with an insufficient budget; not having sufficient funds made available.