under-charging

undercharge

[v. uhn-der-chahrj; n. uhn-der-chahrj]
verb (used with object), undercharged, undercharging.
1.
to charge (a purchaser) less than the proper or fair price.
2.
to charge (a stated amount) less than the proper price: They undercharged several dollars for storing the goods.
3.
to put an insufficient charge or load into.
verb (used without object), undercharged, undercharging.
4.
to charge too little.
noun
5.
a charge or price less than is proper or customary.
6.
an insufficient charge or load.

Origin:
1625–35; under- + charge

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undercharge (ˌʌndəˈtʃɑːdʒ)
 
vb
1.  to charge too little (for)
2.  (tr) to load (a gun, cannon, etc,) with an inadequate charge
 
n
3.  an insufficient charge

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