[ US /ˈəndɝˌvæɫju/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌndəvˈæljuː/ ]
  1. lose in value
    The dollar depreciated again
  2. esteem lightly
  3. assign too low a value to
    Don't underestimate the value of this heirloom-you may sell it at a good price
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How To Use undervalue In A Sentence

  • What is left in ‘her’ wake, however, is an acerbically astute representation of a social environment in which mothers are routinely erased, undervalued, and ‘trapped’ within the domestic milieu.
  • The company had undervalued the building by £20 000.
  • Mr. Icahn's offer reflected a view that merchant power generators like Dynegy, which owns 18 coal-fired and gas-fired power plants, are undervalued because of current low power prices. Dynegy Top Officers, Directors to Leave
  • We also fall prey to the fundamental attribution error, where we overvalue "dispositional" elements "She's bad at money" and undervalue NYT > Home Page
  • He is also a hardworking and undervalued writer.
  • It is not evidence of a sale at an undervalue in November 2000.
  • There are two sure ways of making a fortune in art: buy an undervalued old master, or a Cremona stringed instrument.
  • Jackson has successfully realised the most monumental movie-making feat in recent memory, yet the scale of his achievement seems undervalued and unrewarded.
  • The manager has a preference for undervalued stocks and favours mid and small-cap companies. Times, Sunday Times
  • Education is currently undervalued in this country.
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