- v. present participle of undercharge.
“Steve Ballmer's mantra has always been that Microsoft undercharged for the OS.”
“In another store lately the little old lady undercharged me when she forgot to ring up one of my items.”
“But when India's comptroller and auditor general reported in November, just a few days after Obama's visit, that mobile phone operators had been undercharged nearly $40 billion for allocations of 2G frequency bands in 2008, and leaked telephone conversations suggested the existence of an unsavory nexus among politicians, business and the media, the national mood really soured.”
“When I phoned, EDF explained that it had reversed the readings on the night and day meters and I had been undercharged since July 2008.”
“Less than six month later, newly confirmed U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. asked a judge to throw out the case against Mr. Stevens after revelations that federal prosecutors had withheld evidence, including key details that supported the defendant's claim that he hadn't known that he was being undercharged for home renovations.”
“As someone who has undercharged her services in the past, I really admire Tammy.”
“One study provides strong proof that you can be both supercharged and undercharged.”
“With a few exceptions, the IRS holds those who charge less than the AFR liable for income and possibly gift taxes on the undercharged amount, says Bob DiQuollo , president of Brinton Eaton Wealth Advisors in Madison, N.J.”
“The sad thing is I can almost guarantee that some Republican will say the Strib purposefully undercharged Coleman, knowing it would turn into a fiasco like that.”
“However, I was considerably undercharged for a 6 pack of Diet Coke.”
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