, -·charged′, -·charg′ing
- to charge too low a price (to)
- to provide (a gun, electric battery, etc.) with too little or too low a charge
an insufficient charge
transitive verbun·der·charged, un·der·charg·ing, un·der·charg·es
- To charge (a customer, for example) less than is customary or required.
- To load (a firearm) with an insufficient charge.
An insufficient or improper charge.
(third-person singular simple present undercharges, present participle undercharging, simple past and past participle undercharged)
- To charge less than the correct amount.
- to undercharge for goods or services
- To put too small a charge into.
- to undercharge a gun
under- +"Ž charge