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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of understeer.

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Examples

  • On that last day, Senna understeered at Tamburello corner, leaving the track at 190mph then slowing down to 135mph before hitting the wall.

    The Saturday interview: Asif Kapadia

  • Now, "the vehicle understeered -- or plowed -- when it exceeded its limits of traction, which is a more common result and makes the vehicle more predictable and less likely to roll over," the magazine said in a statement.

    Consumer Reports Lifts 'Don't Buy' Warning From Lexus GX460

  • Instead, the vehicle understeered—or plowed—when it exceeded its limits of traction, which is a more common result and makes the vehicle more predictable and less likely to roll over.

    Lexus GX 460 passes retest; Consumer Reports lifts "Don't Buy" label

  • Instead, the vehicle understeered — or plowed — when it exceeded its limits of traction, which is a more common result and makes the vehicle more predictable and less likely to roll over.

    Lexus GX 460 passes retest; Consumer Reports lifts "Don't Buy" label

  • Instead, the vehicle understeered--or plowed--when it exceeded its limits of traction, which is a more common result and makes the vehicle more predictable and less likely to roll over.

    Test complete: 2010 Lexus GX 460

  • Instead, the vehicle understeered -- or plowed -- when it exceeded its limits of traction, which is a more common result and makes the vehicle more predictable and less likely to roll over.

    Test complete: 2010 Lexus GX 460

  • So Adrian decided to put in a power-slide and he understeered our car straight into one of the trees, taking the side out of the car.

    'Last dinosaur' Adrian Newey has vision to drive Red Bull's F1 dominance

  • Instead, the vehicle understeered -- or plowed -- when it exceeded its limits of traction, which is a more common result and makes the vehicle more predictable and less likely to roll over.

    Test complete: 2010 Lexus GX 460

  • Instead, the vehicle understeered--or plowed--when it exceeded its limits of traction, which is a more common result and makes the vehicle more predictable and less likely to roll over.

    Test complete: 2010 Lexus GX 460

  • Now, "the vehicle understeered -- or plowed -- when it exceeded its limits of traction, which is a more common result and makes the vehicle more predictable and less likely to roll over," the magazine said in a statement.

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