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undercut

verb
     
un‧der‧cut past tense and past participle undercut, present participle undercutting [transitive]
1B to sell goods or a service at a lower price than another company [= undersell]:
Online bookstores can undercut retailers by up to 30%.
2 to make something weaker or less effective [= undermine]:
Is a lack of self-confidence undercutting your performance at work?
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