Translation of underprice in Spanish:


ponerle un precio demasiado bajo a, v.

Pronunciation /ˌəndərˈpraɪs/ /ʌndəˈprʌɪs/

transitive verb

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    ponerle un precio demasiado bajo a
    it's underpriced at $10 a 10 dólares está demasiado barato
    • By the late 1980s, the company had lost significant market share and had to underprice its products to keep them viable.
    • Some say insurers had underpriced their policies to build market share and then, in 2002, raised rates in hopes of recouping their losses.
    • Many companies deliberately underpriced policies to boost market share.
    • However, now more than half of the original insiders seem to think the shares are somewhat underpriced in the $85 to $95 range.
    • When carriers underpriced their workers' compensation product to gain market share in the late 1990s, some carriers became insolvent.
    • It may be that such a company has underpriced its products, leaving it insufficient margin to cover its fixed costs.
    • The company is also expressly forbidden by legislation from underpricing its services to gain market share.
    • Too many new entrepreneurs harm their own prospects by underpricing their goods and services.
    • And then he comes at me by saying, ‘Well, but there are some stocks that are underpriced.’
    • Bargain-hunters use book value to measure how underpriced a stock is, relative to its assets.
    • We also increased the prices at the top level after doing some research which showed that we were underpriced in comparison with other big events.
    • The fundamental problem is that for most people (that is, other than the genuinely poor or those facing catastrophic illness), especially the well-paid, medical services are underpriced.
    • Mortgage securities are being issued in record quantities, home prices are rising smartly, and the pricing of underlying credit risk is again being severely underpriced.
    • People have underpriced stocks because of what they see on television.
    • ‘What we've had to do up to now is overprice things at the beginning, to compensate for underpricing at the end of the season,’ he explains.
    • His logic is simple: ‘Most consumer magazines are, in my view, way underpriced.’
    • Watercolours are not understood and are therefore incredibly underpriced.
    • The food was solid, if unimaginative, and was certainly not underpriced.
    • Various studies have come to the conclusion that gold is severely underpriced.
    • The less informed investor is just as likely to bid on a ‘properly’ priced offering as an underpriced one.