undercharge

VERB
  1. charge (someone) too little money
NOUN
  1. a price that is too low
  2. an insufficient charge
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How To Use undercharge In A Sentence

  • This process does transfer ground rent from areas of overcharge to areas of undercharge.
  • In the midst of it, I interjected and offered to pay the sixteen bucks I'd been undercharged but someone - he may have been the guy who owned the place since he seemed to be doing the firing - said, ‘No, that's okay.’
  • In former years it was possible to argue that if a Vat undercharge resulted in no loss of Revenue (because the customer could have reclaimed the Vat), Revenue should not pursue the matter.
  • Trucking undercharge crisis hits industry shippers. (food industry): An article from: Food Processing by Lisa R. Van Wagner OpEdNews - Quicklink: Bad Seed: Gov't/Corporate Takeover of U.S. Food Supply? �� Journal of Whole Food and Nutrition
  • I have gone back into a restaurant on discovering I have been undercharged, and of course the staff have been outwardly grateful, if slightly bemused.
  • When I got home, I noticed that I was undercharged.
  • Your letter mentions that checkers who undercharge are made to pay the undercharge and are also suspended from work.
  • One study provides strong proof that you can be both supercharged and undercharged. The Life You Want
  • I am not sure this does explain it, however, since many state law schools undercharge the market rate.
  • I'm not sure if it was through embarrassment or accident that she undercharged me by $5.
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