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underquote

[ uhn-der-kwoht ]
/ ˌʌn dərˈkwoʊt /
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verb (used with object), un·der·quot·ed, un·der·quot·ing.
to offer (stocks, merchandise, etc.) at a price lower than the market price or some other quoted price; offer at a price reduced by (a specified amount).
to quote a price lower than that of (a specified competitor).
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Origin of underquote

First recorded in 1890–95; under- + quote
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British Dictionary definitions for underquote

underquote
/ (ˌʌndəˈkwəʊt) /

verb
to offer for sale (securities, goods, or services) at a price lower than the market price
(tr) to quote a price lower than that quoted by (another)
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