[verb uhn-der-kount; noun uhn-der-kount]
verb (used with object)
  1. to count less than the full number or amount of: The mayor claimed the census had undercounted the city's population.
  1. a count or total that is less than the actual number or amount.

Origin of undercount

First recorded in 1950–55; under- + count1
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Historical Examples of undercount

  • Outside clearings do not undercount outside check deposits nearly to the extent that Professor Fisher assumes.

    The Value of Money

    Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.