Undersold \Un`der*sold"\, p. p. of {Undersell}. [1913 Webster]

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  • undersold — UK US /ˌʌndəˈsəʊld/ adjective ► made to seem less attractive or effective than something really is: »It s an opportunity to remind people of your undersold talents. → Compare OVERSOLD(Cf. ↑oversold) ► sold in smaller numbers of amounts than… …   Financial and business terms

  • undersold — un·der·sold (ŭn dər sōldʹ) v. Past tense and past participle of undersell. * * * …   Universalium

  • undersold — adjective Of or pertaining to that which has been sold with insufficient enthusiasm …   Wiktionary

  • undersold — un·der sell || ‚ʌndÉ™(r) sel v. sell at lower prices than the competition; sell at less than the actual value; promote or advertise in an understated manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • undersold — past and past participle of undersell …   English new terms dictionary

  • undersold — UK [ˌʌndə(r)ˈsəʊld] / US [ˌʌndərˈsoʊld] undersell …   English dictionary

  • undersold — past and past part. of UNDERSELL …   Useful english dictionary

  • never knowingly undersold — Meaning Origin Slogan of the John Lewis partnership from the 1920s. Coined by John Lewis …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • undersell — un‧der‧sell [ˌʌndəˈsel ǁ ər ] verb undersold PTandPP [ ˈsəʊld ǁ ˈsoʊld] [transitive] 1. COMMERCE to sell goods etc at a lower price than someone else: • We undersell all our rivals. • They claim never to be undersold ( …   Financial and business terms

  • John Lewis Partnership — Not to be confused with Lewis s. John Lewis Partnership Type Private[1] (All shares held in trust) Industry …   Wikipedia

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