verb (used with object), un·der·bought, un·der·buy·ing.
verb (used without object), un·der·bought, un·der·buy·ing.
to buy an insufficient quantity, as of supplies or stock in trade.
Origin of underbuy
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They employed no English ships, and could underbuy and undersell the English manufacturer and the English trader.Days of the Discoverers
verb -buys, -buying or -bought
to buy (stock in trade) in amounts lower than required
(tr) to buy at a price below that paid by (others)
(tr) to pay a price less than the true value for
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