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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of undersupply.
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Our toxic, nutrient-poor “dietary” environment undersupplies the raw materials for proper biochemical and metabolic functioning, namely nutrients, and oversupplies a load of chemicals, additives, pollutants, and allergens.
Spindler, a nuts-and-bolts guy, didn't even shine in his specialty; Apple under him has been plagued by undersupplies of key products, late software and, last fall, lap-tops prone to spontaneous combustion.
Despite the model range's high volume, BMW undersupplies the market with 3 Series cars, keeping demand high.