The past simple and the past participle of undercut
Conjugation of the verb undercut:
Base Form/Infinitive without 'to':
Third Person Singular:
1. To sell a product more cheaply than others.
2. To undermine; to make something fail or damage it.
1. Our company will make even more money in spite of undercutting our competitors.
These small businesses cannot afford to be undercut by unscrupulous competitors.
2. He thinks that they are trying to undercut his authority.
The irregular verbs in the table below have the same pattern as undercut. They are:
- Verbs with similar forms in the infinitive, past simple, and past participle.
- Verbs like 'set, set, set'.