[ uhn-der-suhb-skrahyb ]

verb (used with object),un·der·sub·scribed, un·der·sub·scribing.
  1. to subscribe for less of than is available, expected, or required: The concert series is undersubscribed and may be cancelled.

Origin of undersubscribe

First recorded in 1560–70; under- + subscribe

Words Nearby undersubscribe

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