Undercut meaning

ŭndər-kŭt
To diminish or destroy the province or effectiveness of; undermine.
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To sell at a lower price than or to work for lower wages or fees than (a competitor).
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(sports) To strike (a ball) with an oblique downward motion, as in golf, or to chop with an underhand stroke, as in tennis, esp. so as to impart backspin.
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The notch cut in a tree to direct its fall when being felled.
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To make a cut under or below.
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To create an overhang by cutting material away from, as in carving.
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A notch cut in a tree to direct its fall and insure a clean break.
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(chiefly british) The tenderloin of beef; the fillet.
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A cut made in the lower part of something, that creates an overhang or a concave profile.
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A notch cut in a tree below the level of the major cut and on the side to which the tree is to fall.
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(brit.) A tenderloin or fillet of beef.
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(sports) The act or an instance of undercutting.
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That is undercut.
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To make an undercut in.
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To cut out or wear away the underside or lower portion of.
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To undersell or work for lower wages than.
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To weaken the position of; lessen the force or impact of; undermine.
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To undercut something or someone.
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A cut made in the lower part of something; the material so removed.
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The underside of a sirloin of beef; the fillet.
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A hairstyle that is shaved or clipped short on the sides and kept long on the top.
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To sell (something) at a lower price, or to work for lower wages, than a competitor.
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To engage in undercutting.
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Origin of undercut

  • From under- +"Ž cut.

    From Wiktionary