Meaning of underproduce in English:


Pronunciation /ˌʌndəprəˈdjuːs/


[with object]
  • Produce less of (something) than is wanted or needed.

    ‘this strategy increases the risk that the company could underproduce popular toys’
    • ‘Those three cities and others like them have been losing population - particularly young families - and underproducing jobs more than virtually anywhere else in North America.’
    • ‘You underproduced; a shortfall of at least 30%’
    • ‘Few businesses have the luxury of having a poorly hired employee blindside their enterprise by underproducing or creating negativity among other workers.’