Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of undervalue.

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Examples

  • The president says the undervaluing is a contributing factor to the massive trade imbalance between the United States and China.

    US House Votes to Punish China for Undervaluing Its Currency

  • The president says the undervaluing is a contributing factor to the massive trade imbalance between the United States and China.

    US House Votes to Punish China for Undervaluing Its Currency

  • Novell rejected the offer, which it described as undervaluing the company.

    Attachmate Buys Novell For $2.2 Billion - TheStreet

  • Gertler said other diamond traders there had been "undervaluing" their stones and "cheating" the Congolese government under a competitive buying arrangement.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Yes, you're "undervaluing" people when you denigrate them simply for being what they are, regardless of their actions or lack thereof.

    House of Eratosthenes

  • The theory is that those sneaky schools and hospitals evade the free marketplace in determining wages, taking advantage and "undervaluing" those jobs with higher percentages of female employees.

    Latest Articles

  • The theory is that those sneaky schools and hospitals evade the free marketplace in determining wages, taking advantage and "undervaluing" those jobs with higher percentages of female employees.

    Classical Values

  • The theory is that those sneaky schools and hospitals evade the free marketplace in determining wages, taking advantage and "undervaluing" those jobs with higher percentages of female employees.

    Pajamas Media

  • Schumer, along with Sen. Lindsey Graham R-S.C., has led the effort at penalizing China for what they allege is intentional undervaluing of its currency, known officially as the renminbi but colloquially as the yuan.

    Chinese President Hu Jintao finds bipartisan rebuke from Capitol Hill

  • Schumer, along with Sen. Lindsey Graham R-S.C., has led the effort at penalizing China for what they allege is intentional undervaluing of its currency, known officially as the renminbi but colloquially as the yuan.

    Chinese President Hu Jintao finds bipartisan rebuke from Capitol Hill

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