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under- below; beneath. [3 definitions]
underachieve of a student, to perform below one's capacity, esp. as indicated by intelligence or aptitude tests.
underact to perform (a role) in a weak or overly restrained manner. [2 definitions]
underage1 of a person, below a usu. legally prescribed age, as for drinking alcoholic beverages or for military service.
underage2 the amount by which something is less than required or prescribed; deficiency.
underarm of, pertaining to, in, or used in the armpit. [4 definitions]
underbelly the underside of an animal, esp. the lower abdomen. [2 definitions]
underbid to submit a lower bid than (a competitor). [3 definitions]
underbody the underpart of the body of a person or animal; underbelly. [2 definitions]
underbrush small shrubs, trees, and other plants growing beneath taller trees, as in a forest.
underbuy to buy at less than the actual value. [3 definitions]
undercapitalize to provide or secure too little capital for (a business enterprise).
undercarriage a structure or framework providing support under a conveyance such as an automobile. [2 definitions]
undercharge to charge less than the stated, customary, or proper price. [4 definitions]
underclass the socioeconomic class of people at the lowest income level, usu. below the subsistence level.
underclassman a freshman or sophomore student in a high school or college.
underclothes clothing worn next to the skin, under other garments; underwear.
undercoat the short hairs growing close to an animal's skin, covered by longer hair or fur. [3 definitions]
undercoating a coat of sealer applied to the underside of an automobile to protect it from rust.
undercover carried out or happening in secret. [2 definitions]
under cover hidden or covert; in secrecy.