Definitions

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  • verb transitive To perceive to a lesser degree than actually exists.

Etymologies

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under- +‎ perceive

Examples

  • As Andrew Lo of M.I.T. has demonstrated, if stock traders make a series of apparently good picks, the dopamine released into their brains creates a stupor that causes them to underperceive danger ahead.

    Post-Enlightenment economics

  • As Andrew Lo of M.I.T. has demonstrated, if stock traders make a series of apparently good picks, the dopamine released into their brains creates a stupor that causes them to underperceive danger ahead.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The more attractive they actually were to women, however, the more likely they were to underperceive.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • As Andrew Lo of MIT has demonstrated, if stock traders make a series of apparently good picks, the dopamine released into their brains creates a stupor that causes them to underperceive danger ahead.

    News & Record Article Feed

  • As Andrew Lo of MIT has demonstrated, if stock traders make a series of apparently good picks, the dopamine released into their brains creates a stupor that causes them to underperceive danger ahead.

    International Herald Tribune - World News, Analysis, and Global Opinions

  • As Andrew Lo of M.I.T. has demonstrated, if stock traders make a series of apparently good picks, the dopamine released into their brains creates a stupor that causes them to underperceive danger ahead.

    Daily Kos

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