UNDER TRICK

undertrick

[uhn-der-trik]
noun Bridge.
a trick that a declarer failed to win in relation to the number of tricks necessary to make the contract.
Compare overtrick.


Origin:
1900–05; under- + trick

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undertrick (ˈʌndəˌtrɪk)
 
n
bridge a trick by which a declarer falls short of making his contract

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